SENSORY DEPRIVATION (SLEEP SATURATION) AND PERFORMANCE.
Medical research interim rept.,
NAVAL MEDICAL RESEARCH INST BETHESDA MD
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Experiments on the effects of sensory deprivation upon performance are summarized, and data and speculation presented to the effect that long term sensory deprivation may induce a state of sleep saturation entailing both a slowing of cortical activity and a resistance to drowsiness normally evident, for example on a vigilance task. Author
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