An analysis of ANAM Readiness Evaluation System (ARES) as a predictor of performance degradation induced by sleep deprication in Officer Indoctrination School (OIS) students
Yonkers, Shonee L. Kenyon.
Barton, Laura A.
Miller, Nita Lewis
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Modeling fatigue, sleepiness, and performance is of significant interest to military leaders because military operations often provide limited sleep opportunities for many individuals. The ANAM Readiness Evaluation System (ARES) Commander Battery is under consideration as a quick, inexpensive method of testing a crewmember's level of functioning. This thesis analyzed data collected during a previous field fatigue study conducted at the Naval Officer Indoctrination School (OIS) in Newport, Rhode Island. Linear mixed-effects models were developed and ARES data were evaluated for how they vary across participants, testing sessions, and time of day.
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