psychomotor performance

psychomotor performance

[¦sī·kə‚mōd·ər pər′fȯr·məns]
(industrial engineering)
The degree of skill demonstrated by an operator in the completion of a task.
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Since the effects of hypoxia include confusion, euphoria, inability to concentrate, impaired decision-making, impaired psychomotor performance and loss of consciousness it can be very unsafe to fly.
FHWA researchers have pioneered numerous safety enhancements such as cutting-edge retroreflective laminates which make highway signs brighter and more visible from greater distances to address the needs of older drivers, which range from declining vision to decreased flexibility and psychomotor performance, and changes in perceptual and cognitive performance.
FHWA researchers continue to develop and improve safety enhancements for the Nation's roads to address the challenges facing older drivers, ranging from declining vision to decreased flexibility and psychomotor performance, and changes in perceptual and cognitive performance.
Impairment in psychomotor speed and information processing speed has been reported after aSAH and stroke; however, no study was found that evaluated poor psychomotor performance and work quality.
driving, memory, and psychomotor performance after 20 mg zolpidem.
Monitoring of cognitive and psychomotor performance during space flight.
13] compared the psychomotor performance by using Trieger's dot test and reported that such performance was low with the thiopentone group in the postoperative period.
Psychomotor performance after desflurane anesthesia: A comparison with isoflurane.
It covers the neurological and biomechanical basis of movement (variability in human motor and sport performance), cognitive and psychomotor performance, student learning based on ergonomic factors, human performance under displaced sensory feedback, human error and performance variability, the social cybernetics of team performance variability, variability in work performance, variability in fracture-critical systems, and the evolutionary perspective on human performance variability.
A sudden loud noise could affect psychomotor performance of a person.
A new study on Sensoril Ashwagandha has demonstrated its ability to improve cognitive and psychomotor performance during simple reaction, choice discrimination, digit symbol substitution.
This study investigated whether a 6-week low-intensity aerobic training program used as a supplement to regular dance practice might improve both the aerobic capacity and psychomotor performance in female ballet dancers.