Valid peripheral temperature measurements ensure the integrity of client assessment and biofeedback training. Accurate measurements require understanding of the signal and potential influences on measurement fidelity, and developing bulletproof monitoring procedures. In addition to their use in temperature biofeedback, thermistors can assist heart rate variability biofeedback practice and monitor breathing when a respirometer is not available.
A Guide to Cleaner Skin Temperature Recordings and More Versatile Use of Your Thermistor
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Fredric Shaffer, Didier Combatalade, Erik Peper; A Guide to Cleaner Skin Temperature Recordings and More Versatile Use of Your Thermistor. Biofeedback 1 September 2016; 44 (3): 168–176. doi: https://doi.org/10.5298/1081-5937-44.3.06
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