Fatigue

Fatigue

Evidence:

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Controlled breaks as a fatigue countermeasure on the flight deck

Study using a flight simulator to assess whether brief, regular breaks could improve alertness and performance during an overnight flight.

  • Author(s): Neri, D.F., Oyung, R.L., Colletti, L.M., Mallis, M.M., Tam, P.Y., Dinges, D.F.
  • Published: . Aviation Space and Environmental Medicine, 73(7), pp. 654-664 (2002)
  • Date Added: 29 Dec 2013
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Behavioural Adaptation to Fatigue Warning Systems

Evaluation of the impact of driver fatigue detection devices.

  • Author(s): Vincent, A., Noy, I. & Laing, A.
  • Published: Behavioural Adaptation to Fatigue Warning Systems. Transport Canada. Page number 98-S2-P-21 (1998)
  • Date Added: 29 Dec 2013
  • Format: Adobe Portable Document Format

A review of in-vehicle sleepiness detection devices

Review of sleepiness detection devices and likely driver acceptance.

  • Author(s): Wright, N.A., Stone, B.M., Horberry, T.J. & Reed, N.
  • Published: Published Project report PPR157. Transport Research Laboratory. (2007)
  • Date Added: 29 Dec 2013
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Driver fatigue

A literature review.

  • Author(s): Brown, I.D.
  • Published: Human Factors, 36(2), 298–314 (1994)
  • Date Added: 28 Dec 2013
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