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THE EFFECTS OF HIGH AMBIENT TEMPERATURE ON SHORT-TERM MEMORY
The present study was designed to determine whether or not an increase in ambient temperature impaired man's ability to recall aurally-presented messages, and whether impairment was greater for some types of messages than for others. On three separate days, 15 men were exposed for 1 hour in an allweather chamber to each of three different effective temperatures (ET): 720, 900, and 95"F. During each day's session they were given five successive recall trials on each of six different messages.doi:10.21236/ad0623683 fatcat:bscsz7eubzad5ex3t62ch2i7m4