What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Physiological Correlates of Vigilance Performance
Theories of Vigilance Performance
5 other sections not shown
Other editions - View all
activity alpha rhythm arousal level arousal systems arousal theory Baker brain stem Buckner and McGrath classical conditioning Colquhoun conclusion correlation D. N. and McGrath Deese display EEG alpha incidence error event rate experimental extraverts Eysenck factors false alarms Filter Deviations hippocampus increase influence Inhibition Theory intensity inter-signal intervals interstimulus intervals introverts involved J. J. Eds knowledge of results latency level of arousal level of vigilance limbic system Mackworth measures minutes missed signals neurotic neuroticism non-signal stimuli number of signals observed Percept performance decrement period physiological Psychol psychoticism pulse rate relationship response reticular formation sensory sensory deprivation sensory threshold Signal Detection Theory signal frequency signal presentation signal probabilities signal rate signals missed signals per hour significant standard scores stimulus frequency Stroh studies subjects suggested Taub and Osborne theory of vigilance variables vigilance decrement vigilance experiments vigilance performance vigilance research vigilance session vigilance situation visual vigilance task