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Electroplethysmography or impedence plethysmography is a method of determining changing tissue volumes in the body, based on the measurement of electric impedance.

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  • Armon, H., Weinman, J., Weinstein, D., & Fender, D. H. (1978). A vaginal photoplethysmographic transducer: IEEE Transactions on Bio-Medical Engineering Vol 25(5) Sep 1978, 434-440.
  • Doust, J. L., Munro, A., & Christie, H. (1980). Vascular correlates of circular type manic-depressive disorder: Biological Psychiatry Vol 15(5) Oct 1980, 741-748.
  • Tahmoush, A. J., & et al. (1976). Characteristics of a light emitting diode: Transistor photoplethysmograph: Psychophysiology Vol 13(4) Jul 1976, 357-362.
  • Tichy, P. (1990). Phalloplethysmographic reactions to optic stimuli in men with erectile dysfunction: Ceska a Slovenska Psychiatrie Vol 86(4) Aug 1990, 235-240.
  • Tojo, M. (1975). Relationship between infraslow wave of ear plethysmogram and psychic tension in comparison with skin potential reflex and heart rate: Japanese Journal of Psychology Vol 46(4) Oct 1975, 199-206.


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