Use of an Electrocardiograph to Record the Skin-Resistance Response With a New Type of Electrode


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Abstract

A new method is described for recording the emotion-induced decrease in skin resistance area, which is known as the skin-resistance response (SRR). The method employs a simple current source and a new type of tetrapolar electrode in which the SRR is measured with the non-current-carrying electrodes. The signal produced can be recorded with a standard electrocardiograph. Typical SRRs from two subjects are presented.

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