Using The Bilateral Psychogalvanometer

The straightforward Skin Resistance galvanometer was one of the earliest electronic tools used in psychological research. One of the first references to the use of this device in psychoanalysis is in a book entitled iStudies in Word Analysis by Carl Gustav Jung, published in 1906. Here the famous Swiss Psychologist describes a technique for connecting a subject to an instrument, which measured changes in the resistance of the skin while words are read to him from a prepared list. If one of...