Effect of Low Humidity on Human Performance.
Final rept. Sep 71-Mar 72,
SCHOOL OF AEROSPACE MEDICINE BROOKS AFB TEX
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Human volunteers were trained to high levels of proficiency on three tasks involving various degrees of psychomotor and cognitive skills. Environments of 0.5-mm. water vapor pressure andor simulated 8,000-ft. barometric pressure had no adverse effects on performance during four 36-hour chamber exposures. Systematic day-night variations were found for Multidimensional Pursuit tracking skill and self-ratings of subjective fatigue. Author
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