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Record #195630:

Behavioral issues associated with long-duration space expeditions: review and analysis of astronaut journals. Experiment 01-E104 (journals): final report / Jack Stuster.

Title: Behavioral issues associated with long-duration space expeditions: review and analysis of astronaut journals. Experiment 01-E104 (journals): final report / Jack Stuster.
Author(s): Stuster, Jack.
Date: 2010.
Publisher: Houston, TX: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Abstract: Presents content analysis of personal journals of NASA astronauts during expeditions onboard International Space Station. Follows previous content analysis of journals written during expeditions on earth, several of which were to polar regions.
Keywords: 159.9 -- Psychology.
159.9(202) -- Psychology, outer space.
159.922.27 -- Psychology, influence of society or its absence.
O -- Not in Polar and Glaciological Abstracts.
W -- Expeditions and exploration.
Location(s): SCO: SPRI-SHF: (*7) : 159.9
SPRI record no.: 195630

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