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Professor Aarøe and her colleagues showed participants images related to infection and disease and measured their the flight-or-flight responses via skin conductance, as reported in a paper published Monday in the American Political Science Review.
Each of the objects responds to a different signal of biometric data: A bowl of sugar rises and falls, mimicking your breath rate; a tea bag bobs up and down to the beat of your heart; a phonograph slows and speeds up based on skin conductance.
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