The Effect of Pressure and Time on Information Recall

@inproceedings{Morrison2008TheEO,
  title={The Effect of Pressure and Time on Information Recall},
  author={James P. Morrison and Jonathan Zander},
  year={2008}
}
Abstract : Mine countermeasures divers are required to investigate mines located on the seabed. The diver is required to first locate, then to memorize details about the mine for later reporting to the dive supervisor. This study evaluated the effects of diving to 40 msw and elapsed time on the processing and recall of information. Ten divers viewed detailed images of mine-like objects on six occasions in air and in dives to 40 msw in a hyperbaric chamber. Divers were asked to report… CONTINUE READING

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