PERFORMANCE, RECOVERY AND MAN-MACHINE EFFECTIVENESS.
Semi-annual progress rept. 1 Mar-31 Aug 69,
TEXAS TECH UNIV LUBBOCK CENTER OF BITECHNOLOGY FATIGUE AND HUMAN PERFORMANCE
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The report covers the activities of a program designed to generate basic data concerning human performance and recovery within several work systems settings under conditions of varied environments, task demands, motivational levels, and nutritional factors. It is desired to generate from this basic data the solution to real problems and recommended procedures for mans operation under varying conditions of the work system, e.g., work-facilitating period combinations for various task types, duration of tasks, environments, etc., determination of mans ability to participate in continuous military operations, procedures, and methods for improved team training, and optimal work-rest schedules for crews of vehicles in an operational environment. Author
- Stress Physiology
- Human Factors Engineering and Man Machine Systems