|Statement||[by] L. L. Ainsworth and H. P. Bishop.|
|Series||HumRRO. Technical report, 71-16|
|Contributions||Bishop, Harold Paul, 1927- joint author., United States. Dept. of the Army. Office, Chief of Research and Development.|
|LC Classifications||UG446.5 .A34|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 103 p.|
|Number of Pages||103|
|LC Control Number||74180485|
REFERENCES Ainsworth, L.L., and H.P. Bishop The Effects of a hour Period of Sustained Field Activity on Tank Crew Perfor mance. Alexandria, Virginia: Human Resources Research Organization. Aschoff, J. Circadian rhythms in man: A self-sustained oscillator with an inherent frequency underlies human hour periodicity. PDF | The effects of one night's total sleep deprivation were examined using the Wilkinson vigilance task and four 10 min duration performance tests. A | Find, read and cite all the research. Full text of "DTIC ADA Human Performance in Continuous/Sustained Operations and the Demands of Extended Work/Rest Annotated Bibliography" See other formats. Personal Name: Ainsworth, Laban Linton, Main Title: The effects of a hour period of sustained field activity on tank crew performance [by] L. L. Ainsworth and H. P. Bishop. Published/Created: Alexandria, Va., Human Resources Research Organization, Related Names: Bishop, Harold Paul, joint author. United States. Dept. of the.
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