AuthorHutter, Ronald Gordon
AdvisorParsons, L. Claire
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PublisherThe University of Arizona.
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AbstractAn electrophysiological study was conducted to determine if an antiperspirant compound had any effect on electrical impedance in electroencephalography. Eight electrode sites, four control (n=36) and four experimental (n=36), on nine subjects were used to determine if there was a change in electrical impedance after application of an antiperspirant. Four electrode sites on each subject were treated with an antiperspirant. Four control electrode sites on each subject were not treated with antiperspirant prior to the application of electrodes. The student's t test was used to analyze the data, and indicated that there was no statistically significant difference between group means.
Degree ProgramGraduate College