Studies on the psychophysiology of boredom: Part 2. The effect of a lowered room temperature and an added incentive on blood pressure, report of boredom, and other factors


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Keywords psychophysiology   blood pressure   boredom   room temperature   heart rate
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DOI 10.1037/h0060574
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