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Deep breath and SCR/EDA increase

Taking a very deep breath and then exhaling, reflexly elicits a general phasic sympathetic discharge, causing a small increase in sweating, which increases electrical conductivity of the skin, thus resulting in the observed skin conductance response (SCR)/electrodermal activity (EDA/GSR) response.

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