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NOT SO! REJOINDER TO HARTLEY ON MASKING BY CONTINUOUS NOISEPOULTON EC.1981; PSYCHOL. REV.; ISSN 0033-295X; USA; DA. 1981; VOL. 88; NO 1; PP. 90-92; BIBL. 17 REF.Article

A NEW LOOK AT THE EFFECTS OF NOISE: A REJOINDERPOULTON EC.1978; PSYCHOL. BULL.; USA; DA. 1978; VOL. 85; NO 5; PP. 1068-1079; BIBL. 2 P.Article

RANGE EFFECTS IN EXPERIMENTS ON PEOPLE.POULTON EC.1975; AMER. J. PSYCHOL.; U.S.A.; DA. 1975; VOL. 88; NO 1; PP. 3-32; BIBL. 2 P. 1/2Article

PROGRESSIVE DETERIORATION IN SHORT-TERM MEMORY WHILE BREATHING PURE OXYGEN AT NORMAL ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE = DETERIORATION PROGRESSIVE DE LA MEMOIRE A COURT-TERME AU COURS DE LA RESPIRATION D'O2 PUR A LA P ATMOSPHERIQUE NORMALEPOULTON EC.1974; AEROSPACE MED.; U.S.A.; DA. 1974; VOL. 45; NO 5; PP. 482-484; BIBL. 7REF.Article

BIASES IN QUANTITATIVE JUDGEMENTSPOULTON EC.1982; APPL. ERGON.; ISSN 0003-6870; GBR; DA. 1982; VOL. 13; NO 1; PP. 31-42; BIBL. 21 REF.Article

MODELS FOR BIASES IN JUDJING SENSORY MAGNITUDEPOULTON EC.1979; PSYCHOL. BULL.; USA; DA. 1979; VOL. 86; NO 4; PP. 777-803; BIBL. 2 P.Article

A NEW LOOK AT THE EFFECTS OF NOISE UPON PERFORMANCEPOULTON EC.1978; BRIT. J. PSYCHOL.; GBR; DA. 1978; VOL. 69; NO 4; PP. 435-437; BIBL. 20 REF.Article

AROUSING ENVIRONMENTAL STRESSES CAN IMPROVE PERFORMANCE, WHATEVER PEOPLE SAY.POULTON EC.1976; AVIAT. SPACE ENVIRONMENT. MED.; U.S.A.; DA. 1976; VOL. 47; NO 11; PP. 1193-1204; BIBL. 2 P.Article

PSYCHOLOGY OF THE SCIENTIST. XLI: CONTINUOUS NOISE CAN DEGRADE PERFORMANCE WHEN USING BADLY DESIGNED EQUIPMENT. A CASE HISTORYPOULTON EC.1980; PERCEPT. MOTOR SKILLS; USA; DA. 1980; VOL. 50; NO 1; PP. 319-330; BIBL. 2 P.Article

COMPOSITE MODEL FOR HUMAN PERFORMANCE IN CONTINOUS NOISEPOULTON EC.1979; PSYCHOL. REV.; USA; DA. 1979; VOL. 86; NO 4; PP. 361-375; BIBL. 2 P.Article

CONTINUOUS INTENSE NOISE MASKS AUDITORY FEEDBACK AND INNER SPEECH.POULTON EC.1977; PSYCHOL. BULL.; U.S.A.; DA. 1977; VOL. 84; NO 5; PP. 977-1001; BIBL. 2 P. 1/2Article

INCREASED VIGILANCE WITH VERTICAL VIBRATION AT 5HZ: AN ALERTING MECHANISM.POULTON EC.1978; APPL. ERGONOM.; GBR; DA. 1978; VOL. 9; NO 2; PP. 73-76; BIBL. 12 REF.Article

QUANTITATIVE SUBJECTIVE ASSESSMENTS ARE ALMOST ALWAYS BIASED, SOMETIMES COMPLETELY MISLEADING.POULTON EC.1977; BRIT. J. PSYCHOL.; G.B.; DA. 1977; VOL. 68; NO 4; PP. 409-425; BIBL. 1 P. 1/2Article

CONTINUOUS NOISE INTERFERES WITH WORK BY MASKING AUDITORY FEEDBACK AND INNER SPEECH.POULTON EC.1976; APPL. ERGONOM.; G.B.; DA. 1976; VOL. 7; NO 2; PP. 79-84; BIBL. 31 REF.Article

OBSERVER BIASPOULTON EC.1975; APPL. ERGONOM.; G.B.; DA. 1975; VOL. 6; NO 1; PP. 3-8; BIBL. 13REF.Article

INFLUENTIAL COMPANIONS: EFFECTS OF ONE STRATEGY ON ANOTHER IN THE WITHIN-SUBJECTS DESIGNS OF COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGYPOULTON EC.1982; PSYCHOL. BULL.; ISSN 0033-2909; USA; DA. 1982; VOL. 91; NO 3; PP. 673-690; BIBL. 42 REF.Article

MASKING, BENEFICIAL AROUSAL AND ADAPTATION LEVEL: A REPLY TO HARTLEYPOULTON EC.1981; BR. J. PSYCHOL.; ISSN 0007-1269; GBR; DA. 1981; VOL. 72; NO 1; PP. 109-116; BIBL. 23 REF.Article

SEARCH FOR NOISY COLOURED TRACKS CAMONFLAYED BY NOISY COLOURED BACKGROUNDSPOULTON EC; EDWARDS RS.1980; ERGONOMICS; ISSN 0014-0139; GBR; DA. 1980; VOL. 23; NO 3; PP. 247-261; ABS. FRE/GER; BIBL. 12 REF.Article

SEARCH FOR NOISY TRACKS CAMONFLAGED BY NOISY BACKGROUNDS IN COLOUR OR BLACK AND WHITEPOULTON EC; EDWARDS RS.1980; ERGONOMICS; ISSN 0014-0139; GBR; DA. 1980; VOL. 23; NO 3; PP. 277-293; ABS. FRE/GER; BIBL. 8 REF.Article

LABELLING GRAPHS FOR IMPROVED READING SPEED.MILROY R; POULTON EC.1978; ERGONOMICS; G.B.; DA. 1978; VOL. 21; NO 1; PP. 55-61; ABS. FR. ALLEM.; BIBL. 8 REF.Article

INTERACTIONS, RANGE EFFECTS, AND COMPARISONS BETWEEN TASKS IN EXPERIMENTS MEASURING PERFORMANCE WITH PAIRS OF STRESSES: MILD HEAT AND 1MG L-HYOSCINE HYDROBROMIDE = INTERACTIONS, EFFETS SUR LES ECARTS ET COMPARAISONS ENTRE LES TACHES DANS DES EXPERIENCES MESURANT LA PERFORMANCE AVEC DES PAIRES DE STRESSES: CHALEUR MODEREE ET 1MG DE BROMHYDRATE DE L-HYOSCINEPOULTON EC; EDWARDS RS.1974; AEROSPACE MED.; U.S.A.; DA. 1974; VOL. 45; NO 7; PP. 735-741; BIBL. 19REF.Article

ASYMMETRIC TRANSFER IN WITHIN-SUBJECTS EXPERIMENTS ON STRESS INTERACTIONSPOULTON EC; EDWARDS RS.1979; ERGONOMICS; GBR; DA. 1979; VOL. 22; NO 8; PP. 945-961; ABS. FRE/GER; BIBL. 25 REF.Article

PERCEPTUAL LOAD IN SEARCHING FOR SLOPING COLORED LINES CAMOUFLAGED BY COLORED BACKGROUNDS: A SEPARATE-GROUPS INVESTIGATION.POULTON EC; EDWARDS RS.1977; J. EXPER. PSYCHOL., HUM. PERCEPT. PERFORM.; U.S.A.; DA. 1977; VOL. 3; NO 1; PP. 136-150; BIBL. 33 REF.Article

MONITORING UP TO 16 SYNTHETIC TELEVISION PICTURES SHOWING A GREAT DEAL OF MOVEMENT.TICKNER AH; POULTON EC.1973; ERGONOMICS; G.B.; DA. 1973; VOL. 16; NO 4; PP. 381-401; ABS. FR. ALLEM.; BIBL. 15 REF.Article

WATCHING FOR PEOPLE AND ACTIONS = SURVEILLANCE DES GENS ET DES ACTIONSTICKNER AH; POULTON EC.1975; ERGONOMICS; G.B.; DA. 1975; VOL. 18; NO 1; PP. 35-51; ABS. FR. ALLEM.; BIBL. 7REF.Article

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