A week of a student's electrodermal activity
Obviously, this is just one student and doesn't necessarily generalize, but I love that the electrodermal activity is nearly flatlined during classes. ;-) (Note that the activity is higher during sleep than during class...)
Posted by Jim Zellmer at May 3, 2012 2:58 AM
"Changes in skin conductance at the surface, referred to as electrodermal activity (EDA), reﬂect activity within the sympathetic axis of the Autonomic Nervous System (ANS) and provide a sensitive and convenient measure of assessing alterations in sympathetic arousal associated with emotion, cognition, and attention."
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