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Decrements in visual vigilance and perceptual tracking associated with small doses of carbon monoxide.
Beard RR; Grandstaff NW
Stanford University School of Medicine (Paper presented at the American Industrial Hygiene Conference, San Francisco, May 1972) 1972 May; :1-17
Effects of small doses of carbon-monoxide (630080) are reported on vigilance and perceptual tracking. A significant decrement is observed in subjects' ability to correctly identify visual signals and in accuracy of visual tracking tests. Small doses of carbon- monoxide are concluded to have a perceptible effect on brain function.
NIOSH-Grant; Grants-other; Visual-tests; Physiological-effects; Inhalation; Brain-disorders
Preventive Medicine Stanford University Sch of Med Stanford, Calif 94305
NTIS Accession No.
Other Occupational Concerns; Grants-other
Stanford University School of Medicine (Paper presented at the American Industrial Hygiene Conference, San Francisco, May 1972)
Stanford University, Stanford, California
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