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Science. 1963 Feb 22;139(3556):766-7.

Racial Differences in Skin Resistance.

Abstract

In two laboratories utilizing different age subjects and recording techniques, Negro subjects had higher skin resistance than a comparable white population. There was no difference in other autonomic variables or autonomic reactivity. Reasons for this racial difference may offer a better physiological explanation for galvanic skin resistance.

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