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Student Responses to Selected Terms and Scenes in Natural Resource Management

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Galvanic skin response was used to measure the intensity of emotion among three groups of college students viewing photographic slides of terms and scenes associated with natural resources. Three observations were made: (1) people with no knowledge of professional terminology responded to the connotation of the term; (2) the greater the number of reasons given for motivating a response, the less intense the response; and (3) the longer the time perspective under consideration, the less intense the response.
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Document Type: Journal Article

Affiliations: Formerly Assistant Professor, Department of Forestry, University of Kentucky, Lexington, is now Associate Professor, School of Forestry and Wildlife Management, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge

Publication date: 01 August 1978

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