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    Technical report…
    1967

Effects of signal patterning upon vigilance performance and physiological responses. Techn Rep: NAVTRADEVCEN IH-62.

@article{Andreassi1967EffectsOS,
  title={Effects of signal patterning upon vigilance performance and physiological responses. Techn Rep: NAVTRADEVCEN IH-62.},
  author={John Lawrence Andreassi and M. Stephen Huntley},
  journal={Technical report: NAVTRADEVCEN. Naval Training Device Center},
  year={1967},
  pages={
          1-24
        }
}
Abstract : The purpose of the investigation was twofold: (1) to determine the effect of signal patterning upon physiological responses and time to detect signals; (2) to study performance of subjects (Ss), with and without patterning, under conditions in which they were either informed or uninformed about the signal patterning. Vigilance performance and physiological responses with variable interval (VI) and fixed interval (FI) signal patterns were studied in four groups of Ss. Three of the… CONTINUE READING

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