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Electrodermal Activity (Eda) -- State-of-the-Art Measurement and Techniques for Parapsychological Purposes

@article{Schmidt1999ElectrodermalA,
  title={Electrodermal Activity (Eda) -- State-of-the-Art Measurement and Techniques for Parapsychological Purposes},
  author={S. Schmidt and H. Walach},
  journal={Journal of Parapsychology},
  year={1999},
  volume={63},
  pages={139}
}
HARALD WALACH [1] ABSTRACT: In most of the direct mental interactions with living systems (DMILS)/Remote Staring studies, electrodermal activity (EDA) is the only dependent variable. Therefore the quality of EDA recording is crucial. This is the reason why we studied EDA-related literature and contacted some of the leading psychophysiological labs in Germany to debate critical topics of the EDA measurement. We also checked the Methods section of all studies using FDA data published from 1995 to… Expand
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