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Carbon monoxide and human information processing - terminal report.
Stanford University School of Medicine, 1974 Jan; :1-12
Terminal report of a project to determine fundamental response characteristics of man to small doses of carbon-monoxide (630080) is presented for the period June 1, 1971 - June 30, 1974. Multiple measures are used to evaluate the effects of the gas within the framework of information processing by human subjects. Measures include behavioral responses, electrophysiological activity, and eye movements.
NIOSH-Grant; Toxic-gases; Measurement-methods; Neuromotor-disorders; Brain-disorders; Physiological-effects
Preventive Medicine Stanford University Sch of Med Stanford, Calif 94305
Final Grant Report
Stanford University School of Medicine, 12 pages, 7 references
Stanford University, Stanford, California
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