These are the sources and citations used to research GSR and levels of arousal during a difficult cognitive task. This bibliography was generated on Cite This For Me on

  • Journal

    Bohlin, G.

    Delayed Habituation of the Electrodermal Orienting Response as a Function of Increased Level of Arousal

    1976 - Psychophysiology

    In-text: (Bohlin, 1976)

    Your Bibliography: Bohlin, G., 1976. Delayed Habituation of the Electrodermal Orienting Response as a Function of Increased Level of Arousal. Psychophysiology, 13(4), pp.345-351.

  • Journal

    Pecchinenda, A.

    The Affective Significance of Skin Conductance Activity During a Difficult Problem-solving Task

    1996 - Cognition & Emotion

    In-text: (Pecchinenda, 1996)

    Your Bibliography: Pecchinenda, A., 1996. The Affective Significance of Skin Conductance Activity During a Difficult Problem-solving Task. Cognition & Emotion, 10(5), pp.481-504.

  • Journal

    Steptoe, A., Moses, J., Mathews, A. and Edwards, S.

    Aerobic Fitness, Physical Activity, and Psychophysiological Reactions to Mental Tasks

    1990 - Psychophysiology

    In-text: (Steptoe, Moses, Mathews and Edwards, 1990)

    Your Bibliography: Steptoe, A., Moses, J., Mathews, A. and Edwards, S., 1990. Aerobic Fitness, Physical Activity, and Psychophysiological Reactions to Mental Tasks. Psychophysiology, 27(3), pp.264-274.

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