Respiration-related artifacts in EDA recordings: introducing a standardized method to overcome multiple interpretations.

@article{Schneider2003RespirationrelatedAI,
  title={Respiration-related artifacts in EDA recordings: introducing a standardized method to overcome multiple interpretations.},
  author={Rainer Schneider and Stefan Schmidt and Markus Binder and Florian Schaefer and Harold Walach},
  journal={Psychological reports},
  year={2003},
  volume={93 3 Pt 1},
  pages={907-20}
}
When electrodermal activity (EDA) recordings are controlled for artifacts, i.e., electrodermal reactions [EDRs] elicited by breathing irregularities, several problems arise. For example, respiration is difficult to evaluate because there are no clear-cut criteria for its values, e.g., wave form, depth. Furthermore, respiration and EDA are rather complexly intertwined, and there is no established or standardized method for evaluation. Especially when subjects are not stimulated, i.e., when… CONTINUE READING
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