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Article title INVESTIGATION OF THE RELATION BETWEEN HUMAN’S TEMPERAMENT AND RATE OF SPONTANEOUS GALVANIC SKIN RESPONSES
Authors A.M. Unakafov, T.G. Nepyshnaya
Section SECTION I. HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE OF FUNCTIONAL DIAGNOSTICS AND THERAPY
Month, Year 09, 2009 @en
Index UDC 004.415.2
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Abstract The present work is devoted to study relation between person’s features (neuroticism, extroversion) and rate of his/her spontaneous galvanic skin responses. Research was held on 3 groups (53 persons totally). Steady correlation between spontaneous reactions rate and a characteristic of temperament, calculated as a difference between neuroticism and extroversion by Eyesenk has been found.

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Keywords Galvanic skin response; neuroticism; extroversion.
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