We used the Empatica E4, the commercially available wristband, to monitor the EDA data. The wristband is simple to position, and participants can maneuver easily without the device impeding their movements in any way. The wristband's internal memory allows recording up to 36 hours of data and wireless data transmission. The E4 wristband is rechargeable, with a charging time of fewer than 2 hours. An EDA sensor is embedded in the E4 wristband. This sensor measures the fluctuating changes in certain electrical properties of the skin. 

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