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Accession Number PB92-117589
Title Biological Rhythms: Implications for the Worker. New Developments in Neuroscience.
Publication Date Sep 1991
Media Count 260p
Personal Author N/A
Abstract The report is the third in a series of OTA studies being conducted under an assessment of New Developments in Neuroscience. The report discusses biological rhythms: what they are, how they are controlled by the brain, and the role they play in regulating ...
Keywords Body temperature
Circadian rhythms
Cognition
Demography
Disease susceptibility
Employment
Fatigue
Graphs(Charts)
Motor vehicle accidents
Performance
Regulations
Safety
Shift work
Sleep



 
Source Agency Office of Technology Assessment US Congress
NTIS Subject Category 57S - Physiology
Corporate Author Office of Technology Assessment, Washington, DC.
Document Type Technical report
Title Note N/A
NTIS Issue Number 9204
Contract Number N/A

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