Decrements in Visual Vigilance and Perceptual Tracking Associated with Small Doses of Carbon Monoxide.
Stanford University School of Medicine (Paper presented at the American Industrial Hygiene Conference, San Francisco, May 1972) 1972 May:17 pages
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