Interactions and range effects in experiments on pairs of stresses: Mild heat and low-frequency noise

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Keywords low-frequency noise &/or mild heat stress, tracking with peripheral lights & 5-choice task & visual vigilance, enlisted navy men
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DOI 10.1037/h0036319
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