Ok guys, my question is simple, how does the pressure of an electric contact influence the resistance of the human skin?
Pressure increase contact surface area and reduces micro gap of insulation.
Salt (skin) affects conductance or inverse of resistance and pressure increases contact area to reduce resistance. Alcohol cleansed skin can raise R by 1 or 2 orders of magnitude whereas sweaty palms and fingers reduces it.
Moisture affects dielectric (up to 80x) capacitance with again squeezing out the air gaps in fingerprints to increase capacitance where water is 80x more than air but dry skin is more like 10x.
Pressure affects increases both conductance and capacitance. such that RC=T product is pretty constant.
Touch Capacitance sensors are more consistent among humans unless extreme dry skin but resistance is more sensitive but wider variance. Both need calibration.
Medical patch electrodes use a low galvanic response insulation dielectric jelly with silver particle conductor in the adhesive to improve signal to noise ratio of heart or brain wave electrodes.
Contact resistance will decrease with time as well as with increasing pressure and current, as regions of true contact increase with these factors as discussed here. However, as your question refers more specifically to contact with human skin, issues of oxide layers and surface roughness features, which dominate electrical contact resistance at most contacts, are perhaps less relevant.