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Autonomic factors do not underlie the elevated self-disgust levels in Parkinson’s disease

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posted on 24.08.2021, 12:37 by Paul OvertonPaul Overton, Ana Vivas, Vasileia AristotelidouVasileia Aristotelidou, Marianna Tsatali

This dataset is reported in 'Autonomic factors do not underlie the elevated self-disgust levels in Parkinson’s disease', which has been accepted for publication in PLoS One. The data refer to the high frequency component of heart rate variability, skin conductance responses and a combination of the two. This physiological data was acquired at the same time as the behavioural data acquired for the paper Tsatali et al. (2019) Self-reported and experimentally induced self-disgust is heightened in Parkinson's disease: Contribution of behavioural symptoms, PLoS One 14(10):e0223663. Data for this paper is available at: https://doi.org/10.15131/shef.data.9924485



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