electrodermal


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Related to electrodermal: galvanic skin response

e·lec·tro·der·mal

 (ĭ-lĕk′trō-dûr′məl)
adj.
Of or relating to the electrical properties of the skin.

electrodermal

(ɪˌlɛktrəʊˈdɜːməl)
adj
relating to the electrical properties of skin
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more precisely, the laboratory must make it possible to synchronize the acquisition of the following measurements during the execution of the experimental task and to facilitate analysis of it: - the emotional state of the participant through the reading of different signals, - automatic recognition of primary emotions through facial expressions, - the electrodermal response, - heartbeat, - the point of observation of the gaze on the screen of a computer through eye-tracking devices with a frequency resolution of at least 120 hz, - the actions of the participant on the keyboard and mouse of the computer, - capturing the video stream from the participant~s computer screen, - capturing the video stream of the participant~s face.
The purpose of this study was to test the feasibility of using electrodermal activity (EDA) to quantify the physiological response to food in children with ASD compared to children who are typically developing.
This study will examine the efficacy of psychological first aid (PFA) on anxiety, mood, resilience, and electrodermal activity compared to a social acknowledgement condition and expressive writing condition through a randomized controlled trail.
On a postintervention, laboratory-based, standardized social stress test, the mindset intervention group achieved physiologic recovery more than three times faster than did the controls, as assessed via electrodermal activity.
During testing, psychologists measured electrodermal activity (changes in the skin's sweat glands), while users were most likely to break a sweat when they believed they had lost important data, sweat levels weren't that far behind when trivial data was considered lost by participants.
The results might suggest parasympathetic activity eliciting a constriction due to mismatching information, as the electrodermal activity is only controlled by the sympathetic branch (Kreibig, Wilhelm, Roth, & Gross, 2007) .
The Flemish VRT monitorized electrodermal response and introduced EEG techniques to test fiction TV shows (Deproeftuin, 2015), as well as the Spanish RTVE (Crespo-Pereira, Martinez-Fernandez, Garcia-Soidan, 2016).
Any trials that contained excessive pre-stimulus electrodermal artifact via visual inspection were excluded from SCR analyses (~ 10 % of trials).
Correlation between heart rate, electrodermal activity and player experience in first-person shooter games, in Proceedings of the 5th ACM SIGGRAPH Symposium on Video Games, 28-29 July 2010, Los Angeles, USA, 49-54.
Examples include electrocardiogram, heart rate, electrodermal activity, and inertial movements.
Reinhold's system, beginning in 1952, was the first medical approach to acupuncture of substance, an electrodermal method to measure "energy" at the topical acupuncture points as anatomical references and to evaluate ailments from a state of hypertonia or hypotonia measured electronically.