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Skin conductance responses to emotional stimuli
The skin conductance response (SCR) is said that cannot be reduced to one specific stimulus (Boucsein, 2012). Does this mean that if the participant is presented with stimuli of different emotional ...
Jul 22 '13 at 5:58
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