Individual differences in the ability to discriminate the direction of spontaneous changes in peripheral finger temperature.

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Spontaneous fluctuations of .1 degrees C in peripheral finger temperature were recorded for a 30-minute baseline period in 10 subjects. Those meeting specified criteria of temperature fluctuations were then asked to judge the direction of change in computer-detected temperature fluctuations of .1 degrees C, first without feedback, then with feedback… (More)

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@article{Yates1984IndividualDI, title={Individual differences in the ability to discriminate the direction of spontaneous changes in peripheral finger temperature.}, author={Alexander John Yates}, journal={Biofeedback and self-regulation}, year={1984}, volume={9 4}, pages={439-50} }