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Biomonitoring for Physiological and Cognitive Performance during Military Operations
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Volume Details

Volume Number: 5797
Date Published: 23 May 2005
Softcover: 21 papers (212) pages
ISBN: 9780819457820

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The need for monitoring metabolic status
Author(s): John E. Vanderveen
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Real-time bio-sensors for enhanced C2ISR operator performance
Author(s): James C. Miller
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Automated ambulatory assessment of cognitive performance, environmental conditions, and motor activity during military operations
Author(s): Harris R. Lieberman; F. Matthew Kramer; Scott J. Montain; Philip Niro; Andrew J. Young
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An automated system for assessing cognitive function in any environment
Author(s): Keith A. Wesnes
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The gaze control system: reflector of cognitive activity
Author(s): Erik J. Sirevaag; John A. Stern
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Cognitive performance baseline measurement and eye movement performance measures
Author(s): Erik S. Viirre; Bradley Chase; Yi-Fang Tsai
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An ambulatory recording system for the assessment of autonomic changes across multiple days
Author(s): John J. Sollers; Yoshiharu Yonezawa; Rebecca A. Silver; Marcellus M. Merritt; Julian F. Thayer
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Real-time correction of heart interbeat interval data
Author(s): J. Rand; A. Hoover; J. Pappas; J. Moss; S. Fishel; E. Muth
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Heart rate variability as an index of prefrontal neural function in military settings
Author(s): Julian F. Thayer; Anita L. Hansen; John J. Sollers; Bjorn Helge Johnsen
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EEG quantification of alertness: methods for early identification of individuals most susceptible to sleep deprivation
Author(s): Chris Berka; Daniel J. Levendowski; Philip Westbrook; Gene Davis; Michelle N. Lumicao; Richard E. Olmstead; Miodrag Popovic; Vladimir T. Zivkovic; Caitlin K. Ramsey
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Evaluation of an EEG workload model in an Aegis simulation environment
Author(s): Chris Berka; Daniel J. Levendowski; Caitlin K. Ramsey; Gene Davis; Michelle N. Lumicao; Kay Stanney; Leah Reeves; Susan Harkness Regli; Patrice D. Tremoulet; Kathleen Stibler
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Operator functional state assessment for adaptive automation implementation
Author(s): Glenn F. Wilson
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Measures and models for predicting cognitive fatigue
Author(s): Leonard J. Trejo; Rebekah Kochavi; Karla Kubitz; Leslie D. Montgomery; Roman Rosipal; Bryan Matthews
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Neurophysiologic monitoring of mental workload and fatigue during operation of a flight simulator
Author(s): Michael E. Smith; Alan Gevins
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Assessing fitness-for-duty and predicting performance with cognitive neurophysiological measures
Author(s): Michael E. Smith; Alan Gevins
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Biomonitoring of physiological status and cognitive performance of underway submariners undergoing a novel watch-standing schedule
Author(s): C. A. Duplessis; M. E. Cullum; L. J. Crepeau
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Human performance assessment using fNIR
Author(s): Il-Young Son; Markus Guhe; Wayne D. Gray; Birsen Yazici; Michael J. Schoelles
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Estimating psycho-physiological state of a human by speech analysis
Author(s): A. Leonidovich Ronzhin
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Physiological monitoring of team and task stressors
Author(s): Judith Orasanu; Yuri Tada; Norbert Kraft; Ute Fischer
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Hybrid approaches to physiologic modeling and prediction
Author(s): Nicholas O. Oleng'; Jaques Reifman
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The use of EEG to measure cerebral changes during computer-based motion-sickness-inducing tasks
Author(s): Christopher Strychacz; Erik Viirre; Shawn Wing
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