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PVTPolymorphic Ventricular Tachycardia
PVTPerformance Verification Test
PVTParoxysmal Ventricular Tachycardia (cardiology)
PVTPercutaneous Valve Technologies
PVTProduction Verification Test
PVTPulseless Ventricular Tachycardia
PVTPhoto Violation Technologies Corp (Vancouver, British Columbia)
PVTPotato Virus T
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PVTPreflight Verification Test
PVTProduction Validation Test
PVTProtoss vs. Terran (gaming matchup in Starcraft)
PVTPersons Viewing Television
PVTPoint of Vertical Tangent
PVTPersonal Vehicle Tax (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
PVTProcess Verification Test
PVTPolymorphous Ventricular Tachycardia
PVTPressure, Velocity and Temperature
PVTPete Versus Toby (clothing company; Australia)
PVTProduct Validation Test
PVTProtoss Versus Terran (Starcraft game)
PVTPHIGS Validation Test
PVTPreviously Viewed Title (video library)
PVTPolish Vodka Team (gaming clan)
PVTPit Volume Totaliser (oil rigs monitoring system)
PVTPrimary Validation Test
PVTPrototype Version Test
PVTProximal Vein Thrombosis
PVTPartner Virtual Team (Cisco)
PVTPost Verification Testing
PVTPersonalization Validation Toolkit (Acquirer Systems)
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Each morning after waking up, participants completed a psychomotor vigilance task, memory search task and unstable tracking task to measure neurobehavioral performance.
Three times during each night, at the start of their shifts, midway through, and at the end of their shifts, participants completed a 15-minute psychomotor vigilance task (PVT) using a handheld PVT electronic device that measured the subject's reaction times to tasks.
Students in the sleep deprivation studies used a psychomotor vigilance task device to measure their reflexes.
To investigate cognitive function, we used the Stroop task, the psychomotor vigilance task (PVT), and the operation span task (OSPAN) with concomitant mathematical processing to assess selective attention and choice reaction time, vigilance and alertness, and working memory capacity, respectively.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CFS = chronic fatigue syndrome, HR = heart rate, HRp = peak heart rate, HRrest = resting heart rate, MET = metabolic equivalent, OSPAN = operation span task, PAL = physical activity level, PVT = psychomotor vigilance task, RERp = peak respiratory exchange ratio, SD = standard deviation, SWA = SenseWear[R] Pro3 Armband, [VO.