By Wolfram Boucsein
Electrodermal job is likely one of the most often used psychophysiological reviews in psychology study. in line with the 1992 variation of this paintings Electrodermal Activity covers advances within the box because the first ebook in 1992. the present quantity comprises up-to-date details on mind imaging concepts similar to puppy and fMRI, which supply additional perception into the mind mechanisms underlying EDA. furthermore, this quantity is ready to describe extra reliably hypotheses which were effectively validated because the first book.
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3 Distribution and Structure of Sweat Glands The sweat glands are considered to be exocrine glands because they secrete directly onto the skin’s surface. The human body has about three million sweat glands, the greatest density being found on the palms, soles, and forehead, and the least density on the arms, legs, and trunk (Kuno, 1956). They are totally missing on the lips and in the inner ear channel (Pinkus, 1971), on the glans penis and clitoris, on the labia minora, and on the inner surface of the prepuce (Montagna & Parakkal, 1974).
2 “The Role of the Epidermal Barrier Layer”). In the corneum, the fully keratinized cell acts at first as a direct barrier between the body and its environment. After a while, the horny cell desquamates like a withered leaf, curling up from its margin. 5–1 g of such horny material every day. At the same time, an appropriate amount of keratinocytes is replaced through cell proliferation (mitosis) of the basal epidermal cells in a kind of continuous molting. In the stratum germinativum, cells are meshed together like a zipper.
Sweat does not flow continuously through the duct to the skin surface, but rather in a pulsatile manner with pulsations of 12–21 Hz, as Nicolaidis and Sivadjian (1972) showed by applying a fast-moving humidity sensitive film. Rhythmic contractions of the myoepithelia, surrounding not only the secretory but also the ductal part of the sweat gland like a helix, are regarded as the source of the pulse (Ellis, 1968). Although an adrenergic influence on these myoepithelia has been discussed, they might be innervated cholinergically as well, since adrenergic receptors play a minor role, if any, in eccrine sweat secretion (Sect.