Data are generated that follow relationships taken from
"Adaptive physiology to stressful environments",
CRC Press. The 25 different systems that can be
simulated are listed below.
1. Neuron response & cold adaptation in rats
2. Saliva flow and heat stress in acclimated rats
3. Skinfold thickness, exercise, and ambient temperature
4. Exercise and muscle insulation
5. Heat acclimation, exercise, and heart rates
6. Heat acclimation, exercise, and sweat loss
7. Heat acclimation, exercise, and rectal temp.
8. Heat exposure & plasma volume
9. Ten-day acclimation & rectal temperatures
10. Ten-day acclimation & heart rates
11. Heat stroke & gold mining in South Africa
12. Daily heat exposure & rectal temperature
13. Body cooling jackets & body temperature
14. Estrogen, bedrest, and plasma volume
15. Estrogen, bedrest, and heart rate
16. Estrogen, bedrest, and esophageal. temperature
17. Two long runs & heart rate
18. Two long runs & stroke volume
19. Two long runs & cardiac output
20. Two long runs & arteriovenous oxygen
21. Oxygen uptake & rectal temperature
22. Pre- & Post- acclimation rates during exercise
23. Acclimation, skin temp., and age for boys age 11-14
24. Acclimation, heart rate, and age for boys age 11-14
25. Sweat rate & drinking saltwater


Stress Physiology Data Simulation
(Program No. 97-32W or No. 97-32M)
for WINDOWS (NT, 98, Me, Xp) or Macintosh (Classic, OS X)
$ 69.95
Gives a general discription of the use of data simulations with students