Dale H C A, Smith P
Bibliographic info:
Energy Research, 1985, Vol 9, p431-439. 1 fig, 4 tabs, 14 refs.

A sample of 232 people were questioned during the winter about their bedroom window opening behaviour. They were also invited to cite the ill effects from which they might suffer if their bedroom window were closed all night. The great majority were found to adapt their window opening to the weather. Thereasons for it appear to be related to beliefs regarding ventilation and health.