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The Influence of Alcohol and Marijuana on a Manual Tracking Task
ISSN: 0148-7191, e-ISSN: 2688-3627
Published February 01, 1973 by SAE International in United States
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Two projects have been carried out to determine the usefulness of employing human operator describing functions in the study of the influence of alcohol and marijuana on subjects performing a visual-manual control task. Significant alterations in the linear operator models were observed and interpreted as changes in the time delay, neuromuscular system, and operator noise injection. The results provide the basis for a linear model capable of describing the dynamic response of human operators while under the influence of the two drugs.
- R. D. Miller - Commission of Inquiry Into the Non-Medical Use of Drugs, Canada
- R. W. Hansteen - Commission of Inquiry Into the Non-Medical Use of Drugs, Canada
- L. D. Reid - Institute for Aerospace Studies, University of Toronto
- M. K. F. Ibrahim - Institute for Aerospace Studies, University of Toronto
CitationReid, L., Ibrahim, M., Miller, R., and Hansteen, R., "The Influence of Alcohol and Marijuana on a Manual Tracking Task," SAE Technical Paper 730092, 1973, https://doi.org/10.4271/730092.
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