Electrodermal Palmar Asymmetry and Nostril Dominance

@article{Conesa1995ElectrodermalPA,
  title={Electrodermal Palmar Asymmetry and Nostril Dominance},
  author={J. Conesa},
  journal={Perceptual and Motor Skills},
  year={1995},
  volume={80},
  pages={211 - 216}
}
  • J. Conesa
  • Published 1995
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Perceptual and Motor Skills
  • The present work tested the usefulness of combined bilateral palmar skin potential and nostril dominance measures as indices of relative hemispheric activation. These measures are easy to obtain and, when used in tandem, may provide inexpensive and quick indices of relative hemispheric activation for the researcher interested in laterality, but with limited resources. Bilateral electrodermal palmar measurements were made and synchronous nostril dominance was recorded for one experienced subject… CONTINUE READING
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