Electrodermal response to sexual materials.

@article{Firth1975ElectrodermalRT,
  title={Electrodermal response to sexual materials.},
  author={D E Firth and N B Worrall},
  journal={Perceptual and motor skills},
  year={1975},
  volume={41 1},
  pages={60-2}
}
Four groups of college students selected on the basis of high or low Eysenck Personality Inventory scores were asked to talk or simply think about a series of slides differing in overt sexual content. Data showed that for both conditions those high on Neuroticism (n = 8) showed more electrodermal activity than did those scoring low (n = 8), and over all… CONTINUE READING