David Bruce Dill / Harvard Fatigue Laboratory Reprints, 1924 - 1985
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The Harvard Fatigue Laboratory (the "Lab") was founded in 1927 at Harvard Business School, Boston, Massachusetts, to study the psychological, physiological, and sociological stresses on human behavior and to apply that knowledge to better understand relevant problems in labor and industry. The driving force behind the creation of the Lab was Lawrence Joseph Henderson (1878-1942), Professor of Biological Chemistry at Harvard University and the Lab's first director. Also involved in the Lab's foun...
David Bruce Dill was a preeminent American scientist in the area of human physiology and the environment. He conducted experimental research at high altitude, in the desert, and in context of work / exercise to determine the effect on the human body. Dill held research and teaching appointments at Harvard University (1927-1947), U.S. Army Chemical Research and Development Laboratory (1947-1961), Indiana University (1961-1966) and the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (1966-1976). Dill died in 1986...