Volume 249 1993

Progress in Electrodermal Research

ISBN: 978-1-4613-6241-8 (Print) 978-1-4615-2864-7 (Online)

Table of contents (21 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-ix

  2. On the Centennial of the Discovery of Electrodermal Activity

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      On the Centennial of the Discovery of Electrodermal Activity

  3. Methodological Issues

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      Pages 7-29

      Electrodermal Mechanisms: A Critique of the Two-Effector Hypothesis and a Proposed Replacement

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      Pages 31-41

      Methodological Issues in Electrodermal Measurement

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      Pages 43-48

      A New Approach to Circumventing the Conductance-Resistance Choice: Recording of Phase Angle Between Alternating-Current and -Voltage

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      Pages 49-59

      Electrodermal Activity and Psychopathology: The Development of the Palmar Sweat Index (PSI) as an Applied Measure for Use in Clinical Settings

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      Pages 61-71

      Electrodermal Activity as a Tool for Differentiating Psychological Processes in Human Experimental Preparations: Focus on the Psyche of Psychophysiology

  4. Neural Control of Eda

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      Pages 73-92

      Neural Control of Electrodermal Activity: Spinal and Reticular Mechanisms

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      Pages 93-114

      Cortical and Hypothalamo-Limbic Control of Electrodermal Responses

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      Pages 115-135

      Brain Imaging Research on Electrodermal Activity in Humans

  5. General Psychophysiology

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      Pages 137-157

      Gateways to Consciousness: Emotion, Attention, and Electrodermal Activity

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      Pages 159-172

      Electrodermal Habituation Patterns: Effect of Relative Refractoriness, Extrapolation of Stimulus Conditions, or Gestalt Perception?

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      Pages 173-186

      Electrodermal Response Lability-Stability: Individual Difference Correlates

  6. Psychopathology

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      Pages 187-205

      Electrodermal Indices as Markers for the Development of Schizophrenia

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      Pages 207-221

      The Skin Conductance Orienting Response, Attention, and Schizophrenia

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      Pages 223-237

      Electrodermal Activity and Antisocial Behavior: Empirical Findings and Theoretical Issues

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      Pages 239-255

      Electrodermal Nonresponding in First-Episode Psychosis as a Function of Stimulus Significance

  7. Electrodermal Activity and Hemispherical Asymetry

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      Pages 257-270

      The Laterality of Electrodermal Responses: A New Perspective on Individual Differences in Personality and Psychopathology

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      Pages 271-287

      Brain Asymmetry and Autonomic Conditioning: Skin Conductance Responses

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      Pages 289-296

      Electrodermal Amplitude Asymmetry and Orienting Response-Non-Response in Psychopathology

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      Pages 297-309

      Hemispheric Differences and Electrodermal Asymmetry - Task and Subject Effects

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