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Osman Skjold Kingo

Data related to measures of physiological arousal during everyday life experiences and their relation to self-reports of subjective experience of both the event and its memory

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Data related to measures of physiological arousal during everyday life experiences and their relation to self-reports of subjective experience of both the event and its memory. / Salgado, Sinué; Kingo, Osman Skjold.

I: Data in Brief, Bind 28, 104823, 2020.

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