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Lee, J.K.W. (author), Tan, B. (author), Kingma, B.R.M. (author), Haman, F. (author), Epstein, Y. (author)
Exposure to extreme environmental heat or cold during military activities can impose severe thermal strain, leading to impairments in task performance and increasing the risk of exertional heat (including heat stroke) and cold injuries that can be life-threatening. Substantial individual variability in physiological tolerance to thermal stress...
article 2023
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Haman, F. (author), Kingma, B.R.M. (author), Simonelli, G. (author), Castellani, J.W. (author), Blondin, D.P. (author)
Abstract nr I033. Part of special issue: Proceedings of the MQ Military Biomarkers Symposium 2022.
article 2022
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Kingma, B.R.M. (author), Haman. F., (author), Nybo, L. (author)
Abstract nr I034. Part of special issue: Proceedings of the MQ Military Biomarkers Symposium 2022.
article 2022
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Klous, L. (author), van Diemen, F. (author), Ruijs, S. (author), Gerrett, N. (author), Daanen, H. (author), de Weerd, M. (author), Veenstra, B. (author), Levels, K. (author)
Purpose: Three feasible cooling methods for treatment of hyperthermic individuals in the military, that differed considerably in water volume needed (none to ~80 L), were evaluated. Methods: Ten male soldiers were cooled following exercise-induced hyperthermia (rectal temperature (Tre) ∼39.5 °C) using ventilation by fanning (1.7 m s−1),...
article 2022
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Sullivan-Kwantes, W. (author), Haman, F. (author), Kingma, B.R.M. (author), Martini, S. (author), Gautier-Wong, E. (author), Chen, K.Y. (author), Friedl, K.E. (author)
Objectives. Soldier performance in the Arctic depends on planning and training, protective equipment, and human physiological limits. The purpose of this review was to highlight the span of current research on enhancing soldier effectiveness in extreme cold and austere environments. Methods. The practices of seasoned soldiers who train in the...
article 2020
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Mun, Y. (author), Oprins, E.A.P.B. (author), van den Bosch, K. (author), van der Hulst, A.H. (author), Schraagen, J.M.C. (author)
The importance of improving adaptive decision making for the military is ever increasing, particularly in operational environments that are unfamiliar, complex, and constantly changing. This paper presents the development and testing of a serious game for training military officers in adaptive decision making. Participants were to detect rule...
conference paper 2017
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Mun, Y. (author), Oprins, E.A.P.B. (author), van den Bosch, K. (author), van der Hulst, A.H. (author), Schraagen, J.M.C. (author)
As the world in the 21st century has become more dynamic and unpredictable, the need for adaptive behavior in the military is of increasing importance. A serious game (SG) seems to be a suitable intervention for improving adaptability to prepare the military to deal with unpredictability. The purpose of this study is to explore the game design...
conference paper 2016
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Brouwer, A.M. (author), Korteling, J.E. (author)
The defense is confronted with a high competition on the labor market and a substantial scarcity of personnel. If we are able to enhance and maintain resilience and performance of personnel by proper selection procedures or mental training we expect to increase the return on investment of military education, training and operation, that is:...
report 2012
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de Raad, J. (author), Nijhuis, F.J.N. (author), Willems, J.H.B.M. (author), TNO Preventie en Gezondheid (author)
In 1998, the Royal Netherlands Army introduced a new examination system (abbreviated as BMEKL), which was based on the "workload-capability" model, to replace the old system (abbreviated as PULHEEMS), which focused on diagnosis and was based solely on the detection of diseases and infirmities. To discern differences under operational conditions...
article 2005
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Korteling, J.E. (author), TNO Technische Menskunde (author)
Met het SimLab beschikt TNO-TM over een groot aantal up-to-date faciliteiten waarmee we de training en het functioneren van de militair in de toekomst nog beter van dienst kunnen zijn.
article 2003
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van Erp, J.B.F. (author), Padmos, P. (author)
Indirect viewing systems such as tv cameras can potentially support drivers under low visibility conditions or when the driver's field of view (FOV) is restricted. In three experiments, we identified the critical image parameters of such systems on vehicle control. We used a taskbattery that measured lateral and longitudinal vehicle control in...
article 2003
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TNO Technische Menskunde (author), Bos, J.E. (author), Bles, W. (author), de Graaf, B. (author)
Background: In the search for parameters to predict motion sickness that can be measured in the laboratory, we performed a longitudinal investigation in aviators. Since the vestibular system is involved in the generation of motion sickness as well as eye movements, vestibulo-ocular reflex (VOR) parameters seemed relevant. We investigated three...
article 2002
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van Bree, J.L.M.J. (author), Fairlie, G. (author), TNO Prins Maurits Laboratorium (author)
conference paper 1999
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van Dokkum, W. (author), van Boxtel, L.B.J. (author), van Dijk, M.J. (author), Boer, L.C. (author), van der Beek, E.J. (author), TNO Voeding TNO Technische Menskunde (author)
Background: The increased threat of nuclear, biological and chemical (NBC) weapons underlines the need of protective clothing and gas masks, but this may impair performance. Thus, attention should be focused on the nutritional requirements. Hypothesis: Optimal performance is guaranteed if the supply of water and energy is adequate. Methods: Two...
article 1996
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