D J McMenemy

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Diphenhydramine causes drowsiness and performance decrements in some tasks whereas terfenadine generally does not. This study examined central nervous system (CNS) differences in response to the administration of diphenhydramine (50 mg) and terfenadine (60 mg) up to 3 h after drug administration. Two evoked potential measures, the Brainstem Auditory Evoked(More)
The present study examined the influence of the following: 1) air temperature, 2) day into training, 3) self rating of life stress, 4) rating of relative warmth in cold weather, and 5) expectation for liking cold weather training, on 59 soldiers' self-reports of illness and mood during 3 days of training in the cold (-18 degrees to 0 degree C range). Mood(More)
This study assessed the effects of nerve agent antidote (atropine/2-PAM chloride versus saline placebo) and heat-humidity (95 degrees F/60% RH versus 70 degrees F/30% RH) on repeated performance of militarily relevant psychological tasks while wearing the battle dress uniform (BDU) and while wearing chemical protective clothing (MOPP-IV). All BDU heat(More)
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