psychogalvanic response

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Synonyms for psychogalvanic response

a change in the electrical properties of the skin in response to stress or anxiety

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PGR and ARID1A have a critical role in modulating epithelial proliferation at the pre-implantation stage which is a critical requisite for uterine receptivity [11].
In reverse coded questions nurses showed higher mean score as compared to PGR (p=0.004) (Table-III).
Administration officials downplayed Murillo Karam's departure and confirmed that little would change at the PGR with Gomez Gonzalez at the helm.
A source close to the School of Management likened the division of PGR students to "a pattern of punishment, with a thin sheen of supposed justification on academic grounds".
PGR was calculated for three crop rotations: wheat phase (1999-2000), sunflower phase (2000-2001), and wheat phase (2001-2002).
The substantial swing in fourth quarter bottom-line results was largely triggered by the effects of special items associated with PGR restructuring efforts.
NSP implemented PGR to enhance its existing dispute resolution process.
In his ruling, Sarabia cited procedural errors by the Procuraduria General de la Republica (PGR), including an inconsistency in the sequence of events that led to Gordillo's arrest.
After years of pressure from human rights groups and victims' families, the federal Attorney General's Office (PGR) in early May finally promised to actively participate in the investigation of the rape-murder of dozens of women in the border city of Ciudad Juarez.
This is probably the reason for the close relationship between kernel number per plant (KNP) and plant growth rate during the period bracketing flowering (PGR) reported by several authors (Tollenaar et al., 1992; Kiniry et al., 1997; Andrade et al., 1999).