Behavioral and Biological Interactions with Confined Microsocieties in a Programmed Environment.
JOHNS HOPKINS UNIV BALTIMORE MD DIV OF BEHAVIORAL BIOLOGY
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This report presents a summary of the background, objectives, and methodological approach of an ongoing research project devoted to the analysis of individual and team performance effectiveness under conditions of isolation and confinement during extended residences in a continuously programmed environment. A more detailed description is provided of the results of a recent series of experiments designed and conducted to assess hormonal and behavioral effects of a change in team membership and size. Author