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In applying the theory of signal detectability to the perception of differences in load on a bicycle ergometer, the distributions of signal and noise were tested for normality and equality of variances. Two subjects cycled on a basic load of 40% of their VO2 max. Each subject operated under five different response criteria. The results showed that the… (More)
Workload is an important factor related to perception of physical fatigue. Because a person engaged in physical activity eventually leading to painful exhaustion is in a pay-off situation, the paradigm of signal detection might be applicable to the perception of differences in load. Two male track and field athletes, aged 22 and 24 yr., participated in two… (More)