Psychogalvanic reflex or PGR, is a type of limited sensory output that can be used to help detect changes in a participant?s emotional state, as an interface method for a virtual environment. The psychogalvanic reflex is essentially a change in the electrical resistance of the person?s skin that occurs a few milliseconds after the person has experienced an emotional state change, mentally. Currently, no method exists to determine which emotional state is now in charge.
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