Progress in Electrodermal Research

Hardcover | October 31, 1993

EditorJean-Claude Roy, Wolfram Boucsein, Don C. Fowles

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Electrical charges across the skin in areas of the body that are psychologically responsive, usually the palm, are discussed in 21 papers from a workshop in Saint-Omar, France, May 1992. They cover methodological issues, neural control, general psychophysiology, psychopathology, and hemispheric asymmetry. Among the specific topics are using electrodermal activity to differentiate psychological processes in human experimental subjects, and empirical and theoretical aspects of its relation to antisocial behavior. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.

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Electrical charges across the skin in areas of the body that are psychologically responsive, usually the palm, are discussed in 21 papers from a workshop in Saint-Omar, France, May 1992. They cover methodological issues, neural control, general psychophysiology, psychopathology, and hemispheric asymmetry. Among the specific topics are ...

Format:HardcoverDimensions:359 pages, 9.25 × 6.1 × 0 inPublished:October 31, 1993Publisher:Springer US

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ISBN - 13:9780306445361

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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 Schizophrenia; P.H. Venables. Electrodermal Activity and Antisocial Behavior; D.C. Fowles. Electrodermal Activity and Hemispherical Asymetry: The Laterality of Electrodermal Responses; J. Gruzelier. Brain Asymmetry and Autonomic Conditioning; K. Hugdahl, B.H. Johnsen. 13 additional articles. Index.