RESEARCH IN PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT AND ENHANCEMENT.
Interim technical rept.,
LOUISVILLE UNIV KY PERFORMANCE RESEARCH LAB
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Results of prior studies on work behavior are presented and interpreted with regard to the equivalence of different durations of work, depending on the constraints and demands of the non-work or rest periods of the work-rest schedule the effects on performance of the underlying psychophysiological diurnal rhythms and certain characteristics of such rhythms the combined effects of sleep loss and demanding work-rest schedules and the effects of infectious diseases on work behavior. Author