ISSN 0014-0139, Online ISSN: 1366-5847
Publisher: Taylor and Francis Ltd
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Boucsein W.; Henning R. A.; Porges S. W.
Stress and strain of short haul bus drivers: psychophysiology as a design oriented method for analysis
Gobel M.; Springer J.; Scherff J.
A psychophysiological investigation of the effects of driving longer-combination vehicles
Apparies R. J.; Riniolo T. C.; Porges S. W.
Psychophysiological analysis of mental load during driving on rural roads-a quasi-experimental field study
Richter P.; Wagner T.; Heger R.; Weise G.
Changes in cortisol secretion during shiftwork: implications for tolerance to shiftwork?
Hennig J.; Kieferdorf P.; Moritz C.; Huwe S.; Netter P.
Performance differences in reaction tasks are reflected in event-related brain potentials (ERPs)
Hohnsbein J.; Falkenstein M.; Hoormann J.
Effects of different stress settings on cardiovascular parameters and their relationship to daily life blood pressure in normotensives, borderline hypertensives and hypertensives
Seibt R.; Boucsein W.; Scheuch K.
After-effects of human-computer interaction indicated by P300 of the event-related brain potential
Trimmel M.; Huber R.
Physiological workload reactions to increasing levels of task difficulty
Veltman J. A.; Gaillard A. W. K.
Brain potentials associated with eye fixations during visual tasks under different lighting systems
Yagi A.; Imanishi S.; Konishi H.; Akashi Y.; Kanaya S.
Frontal midline theta rhythm and eyeblinking activity during a VDT task and a video game: useful tools for psychophysiology in ergonomics
Saccadic velocity and activation: development of a diagnostic tool for assessing energy regulation
App E.; Debus G.
An enquiry into the relationship between activation and performance using saccadic eye movement parameters
Glissadic saccades: a possible measure of vigilance
A comparison of factor analytic methods of obtaining cardiovascular autonomic components for the assessment of mental workload
Backs R. W.
Heart period variability and respiratory changes associated with physical and mental load: non-linear analysis
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