Systems Analysis of Physiological Performance Related to Stresses Such as Those Experienced in High Performance Air Craft.
Technical Report,01 Oct 1971,30 Sep 1972
CALIFORNIA UNIV DAVIS DAVIS
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Areas of USAF interest discussed in the report are Continued refinement of a predictive model of human performance Maintenance of indexed bibliographies of performance, peripheral circulation and energy exchange for distribution to interested researchers in other Air Force related research centers Collection of exercise performance data on normal and athletic subjects, as well as initiating data collecting on certain types of patients with specific problems such as pulmonary or circulatory diseases Development of a comprehensive data support system for research in human physiology Development of a joint investigation of acceleration in conjunction with investigators at the School of Aerospace Medicine, Brooks Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas Installation of programs developed at this center in other Air Force research centers, including the U.S. Air Force Academy and an Air Force supported research project at the University of Kentucky Data analysis and interpretation, using tools developed at Davis, for other research units Joint research with the Air Academy.
- Stress Physiology