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Journal of PHYSIOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY and Applied Human Science
Vol. 24 (2005) No. 1 P 33-36

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http://doi.org/10.2114/jpa.24.33

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Experimentally, the effects of environmental conditions upon human capabilities have been studied most often through the imposition of a single stressor in isolation. Although it seems to be a common belief that thermal comfort can be influenced by concomitant stimulation of non-tactile sensorial modalities, few studies have succeeded in delineating non-tactile stimulations, which interact with thermal sensation and thermal comfort. Here we briefly overview neurophysiological and behavioural findings in multisensory influences on thermal sensation and thermal comfort.

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