||Effect of Carbon Monoxide on Time Perception.
Stewart, Richard D. ;
Newton, Paul E. ;
Hosko, Michael J. ;
Peterson., Jack E. ;
||Medical Coll. of Wisconsin, Milwaukee. Dept. of Environmental Medicine.
||MCOW-ENVM-CO-72-2; EPA-CPA-70-7; APRAC-CAPM-3-68; CRC-APRAC-CAPA-3-68 ; EPA-650/1-74-005
Carbon monoxide ;
Time perception ;
Air pollution effects(Humans)
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||Twenty-seven healthy, adult male and female volunteers were exposed to carbon monoxide at concentrations of < 2, 50, 100, 200 and 550 ppm for periods up to 4 1/2 hours for the purpose of determining the effect of gas upon time perception. These exposures, which resulted in a range of carboxyhemoglobin saturations up to 20%, produced no impairment in the ability of the subject to perform the Beard-Wertheim Time Discrimination Test, to estimate ten or thirty second intervals, or to perform the Marquette Time Estimation Test.
||See also PB-214 651.
||Discusses the results of performance on Beard-Wertheim Time Discrimination Test and Marquette Time Estimation Test after exposure to carbon monoxide concentrations 2-500 ppm up to 4 1/2 hours.
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||6T; 5J; 57Y#; 68G#; 92B#; 68A
||PC A04/MF A01