A report of the physiological, psychological, and bacteriological aspects of 20 days in full pressure suits: 20 days at 27,000 feet on 100% oxygen, and 34 days of confinement; parts I, II, III, Volume 708
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General Discussion of Results and Conclusions
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34 days action potentials aerobic affective change affective words anaerobes ANALYSIS OF VARIANCE anxiety atmosphere average bacteria bilirubin body areas buildup chamber coagulase column errors correct responses correlation creatinine Creatinine clearance Crew Equipment Laboratory cultures curves decrease Degrees of Freedom Dynamometer Error Sum Squares estimates experimental exposure frequency full pressure suit glans penis group cohesiveness group performance Hand Dynamometer haptoglobin hematocrit hemoglobin hemolysis increase incubated indicated individual performance Intake Output learning and affective learning session level of aspiration mean corpuscular hemoglobin Mean Square measured mmHg motivation muscle action potentials neg neg neg neutral words number of correct oxygen oxygen toxicity period phages recall sessions red blood cell red cell reported retinal row errors samples sea level second list seen in Figure serum showed significant significantly Source of Variation stress symptoms Table third list tube types urine WBC 0-2 WBC Words Subjects Error