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Caption: FIGURE 5: Galvanic skin response. Galvanic skin response ([micro]S) in the music group (M group) and control group (C group) at different time point.
Instead, studies have shown that brain activity can also be reflected by other signals such as the electrocardiographic (ECG) signal, the galvanic skin response (GSR), and respiration signals [7], [8], [9], [10], [11].
The Galvanic Skin Response (GSR) feedback instrument measures skin conductivity from the fingers and/or palms.
Next, they watched a video clip of motorbike accidents for 5 minutes, while we recorded their galvanic skin response (GSR).
Measurements included heart rate using a BCI 3301 pulse oximeter, systolic and diastolic blood pressure using standard sphygmomanometry, surface electromyography from the anterior deltoids and wrist/finger flexors of the dominant upper extremity, and galvanic skin response from the dominant hand.
Galvanic skin response training measures changes in your skin's surface--particularly perspiration rates.
The SenseWear armband combines multiple sensors for motion, skin temperature, galvanic skin response, and heat flux.
The suspect is wired to a machine that graphs blood pressure, pulse and respiration rates, and galvanic skin response, and you ask, "Did you ...?" If he falsely denies it, the stress of lying registers as a spike.
Galvanic skin response is named after the Italian physician and physicist Luigi Galvani, who in the late eighteenth century first began generating muscle movements in frogs and other animals via electric current ("animal electricity," he called it, and humans were not far behind in the experiments of his acolytes, such as his nephew Giovanni Aldini).
In addition to experiments investigating training techniques that were reported to elicit evidence of psi, he explored the use of an early automated ESP tester with a built-in electronic random number generator and automated direct scoring of mass ESP tests, and using the galvanic skin response as an indicator of telepathy.