7 edition of Performance under stress found in the catalog.
Performance under stress
|Statement||edited by Peter A. Hancock and James L. Szalma.|
|Contributions||Hancock, Peter A., 1953-, Szalma, James L.|
|LC Classifications||U22.3 .P465 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2007026005|
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Performance under pressure (How to manage stress) The research on how we perform under pressure is somewhat mixed. Some studies indicate impaired performance under pressure. (LeBlanc et al.
; Cumming and Harris ) Other have demonstrated improved performance. (LeBlanc et al. ; LeBlanc et al. Suggested Citation:"10 Cognitive Performance Under Stress."National Research Council.
Emerging Needs Performance under stress book Opportunities for Human Factors gton, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / Dr. Terry Lyles holds a PhD in psychology and is an international educator, author, and speaker to universities, schools, Fortune companies, world-class athletes, and public audiences.
vi Performance Under Stress 12 Fatigue and its Effect on Performance in Military Environments N.L. Miller, P. Matsangas and L.G. Shattuck 13 Multi-Modal Information Display under Stress T.
Oron-Gilad and P.A. Hancock 14 Performance under stress book Exposure Training: An Event-Based Approach James E. Driskell, Eduardo Salas, Joan H. Johnston and Terry N File Size: 2MB. DOI link for Performance Under Stress. Performance Under Performance under stress book book.
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