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eBook Progress in Electrodermal Research (Nato Science Series A:) ePub

by Jean-Claude Roy,Wolfram Boucsein,Don C. Fowles,John Gruzelier

  • ISBN: 0306445360
  • Category: Medicine and Health Sciences
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Jean-Claude Roy,Wolfram Boucsein,Don C. Fowles,John Gruzelier
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Springer; 1993 edition (October 31, 1993)
  • Pages: 350
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Jean-Claude Roy. Wolfram Boucsein. Part of the NATO ASI Series book series (NSSA, volume 249).

A series of three experiments examined backward visual masking effects and visual evoked cortical potential correlates of such masking.

International Journal of Psychophysiology. A series of three experiments examined backward visual masking effects and visual evoked cortical potential correlates of such masking. In Experiment I, which was concerned with the effects of sequential sets of like stimuli (grids), it was found that when backward masking occurred, it was accompanied by decreased visual evoked potential (VEP) amplitudes.

Boucsein, . Fowles, . Nato Science Series A: Series Volume.

The series is published by an international board of publishers in conjunction with the NATO Scientific Affairs Division A Life Sciences B Physics. Plenum Publishing Corporation New York and London

Methological Issues in Electrodermal Measurements W. Boucsein. H-index : 1. Don C. Fowles.

RoyH-Index: 1. BoucseinH-Index: 1. Last. Methological Issues in Electrodermal Measurements W. Neural Control of EDA: Neural Control of Electrodermal Activity . Roy, et al. Cortical and HypthalamoLimbic Control of Electrodermal Responses H. Sequeira, . Roy. General Psychophysiology: Electrodermal Habituation Patterns R. Baltissen. Electrodermal Response Lability-Stability A. Cridder. H-index : 24. University of Iowa.

John Robert Fowles (/faʊlz/; 31 March 1926 – 5 November 2005) was an English novelist of international stature, critically positioned between modernism and postmodernism. His work reflects the influence of Jean-Paul Sartre and Albert Camus, among others. After leaving Oxford University, Fowles taught English at a school on the Greek island of Spetses, a sojourn that inspired The Magus, an instant best-seller that was directly in tune with 1960s "hippy" anarchism and experimental philosophy

Neural control of electrodermal activity: Spinal and reticular mechanisms. In Roy, Jean-Claude; Boucsein, Wolfram; Fowles, Don . Gruzelier, John H (p. (1993).

Neural control of electrodermal activity: Spinal and reticular mechanisms. NATO A). Tyler, W. Boasso, A. Charlesworth, J. Marlin, M. Aebersold, . Aven, L. et al. (2015). Transdermal neuromodulation of noradrenergic activity suppresses psychophysiological and biochemical stress responses in humans.

Environmental Science. J. Roy, Wolfram Boucsein, Don Fowles, John H. Gruzelier. Publications referenced by this paper. Showing 1-10 of 52 references. Sort by. Influence Recency.

Electrodennal activity refers to electrical changes across the skin in areas of the body that are psychologically responsive. The eccrine sweat glands are the primary detenninant of electrodennal activity, and these are psychologically active especially on the palms of the hands and the soles of the feet. As a matter of convenience, electrodennal activity is most often recorded from the palms. Over the years, the electrodennal response has been known as the psychogalvanic reflex, the galvanic skin response, the skin resistance response, the skin conductance response, and the skin potential response. The tenns psychogalvanic reflex and galvanic skin response have fallen into disuse among scientists, but are still to be found in psychology text books. of its early discovery, ease of measurement, and often easily observable Because response to experimental manipulations, the recording of electrodennal activity is one of the most frequently used methods in psychophysiology. Indeed, in the early years following the founding of the Society for Psychophysiological Research, electrodennal research so dominated the field that people worried that the society was simply an electrodennal society. Although other psychophysiological techniques have emerged as equally strong contributors to psychophysiology, electrodennal research continues to be important throughout the world. As a result of this massive research investment, there has been great progress in understanding electrodennal phenomena, as well as major advances in recording methods since the phenomenon was discovered.