Performance and Psychophysiological Measures of Fatigue Effects on Aviation Related Tasks of Varying Difficulty

@inproceedings{Wilson2007PerformanceAP,
  title={Performance and Psychophysiological Measures of Fatigue Effects on Aviation Related Tasks of Varying Difficulty},
  author={Glenn F. Wilson and Christopher A. Russell},
  year={2007}
}
Fatigue is a well known stressor in aviation operations and its interaction with mental workload needs to be understood. Performance, psychophysiological, and subjective measures were collected during performance of three tasks of increasing complexity. A psychomotor vigilance task, multi-attribute task battery and an uninhabited air vehicle task were performed five times during one night's sleep loss. EEG, ECG and pupil area were recorded during task performance. Performance decrements were… CONTINUE READING

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