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Living Aloft: Human requirements for extended spaceflight  (1985)
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Human psychological and social adjustment to space is investigated. Studies and experiences bearing on human performance capability, psychological well being, and social organization, as they relate to space, were identified and assessed, and suggestions offered as to where further research could ease the Earth/space transition. Special emphasis was given to the variables of crew size, crew diversity, and mission duration, all of which can be expected to increase in future spaceflight. By providing a conceptual framework in which issues and related information can be integrated, the hope is to aid in discovering those conditions under which future space travelers can flourish.

You can download the book here- https://ntrs.nasa.gov/archive/nasa/casi.ntrs.nasa.gov/19850024459.pdf.
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Aloft, extended, Human, Living, requirements, spaceflight
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