Progress in Electrodermal Research

@inproceedings{Roy1993ProgressIE,
  title={Progress in Electrodermal Research},
  author={J. Roy and Wolfram Boucsein and Don Fowles and John H. Gruzelier},
  booktitle={NATO ASI Series},
  year={1993}
}
  • J. Roy, Wolfram Boucsein, +1 author John H. Gruzelier
  • Published in NATO ASI Series 1993
  • Psychology
  • Methodological Issues: Electrodermal Mechanisms R. Edelberg. Methological Issues in Electrodermal Measurements W. Boucsein. Neural Control of EDA: Neural Control of Electrodermal Activity J.C. Roy, et al. Cortical and HypthalamoLimbic Control of Electrodermal Responses H. Sequeira, J.C. Roy. General Psychophysiology: Electrodermal Habituation Patterns R. Baltissen. Electrodermal Response Lability-Stability A. Cridder. Psychopathology: Electrodermal Indices as Markers for the Development of… CONTINUE READING

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