Stress and fatigue in human performance
Examines the ways in which performance is affected by aspects of the physical and psychological environment. Provides a thorough analysis of the kinds of changes produced by each of the stress situations considered, and relates them to current views of human information processing and arousal. Considers changes in other aspects of behavior including physiological state, subjective feelings, and health.
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