Guilty knowledge versus innocent associations: Effects of trait anxiety and stimulus context on skin conductance☆

@inproceedings{Giesen1980GuiltyKV,
  title={Guilty knowledge versus innocent associations: Effects of trait anxiety and stimulus context on skin conductance☆},
  author={Martin Giesen and Michael A Rollison},
  year={1980}
}
Abstract A simulated lie detection procedure was used to investigate skin conductance responsivity among self-reported skin responders. Subjects were grouped according to reported trait anxiety as measured by Lykken's Activity Preference Questionnaire and then engaged in either a mock crime or a neutral activity. The “crime” gave subjects “guilty knowledge,” and the neutral task provided “innocent associations” to relevant stimuli imbedded in each scenario. Subjects were then interrogated using… CONTINUE READING

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