Effect of low level carbon monoxide on compensatory tracking and event monitoring.


Experiments by Putz et al. concerning the effect of carbon monoxide (CO) exposure on compensatory tracking and monitoring in healthy young men were replicated. Task and procedural variables were reproduced as closely as practical. Subjects were exposed to either room air or 100 ppm CO. Mean carboxyhemoglobin (COHb) levels in the high CO exposure groups were… (More)


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