Performance under stress
The world is a dangerous place. Many events have served to render it less safe and there are many arenas of conflict and even combat across the world. Such situations are the quintessential expression of stress. This book is derived from a multiple university (MURI) project on stress and soldier performance on modern, electronic battlefield.
Print Book, English, 2008
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Ashgate Publ, Aldershot, 2008
XVI, 389 Seiten Illustrationen, Diagramme 25 cm
List of Figures, List of Tables, Preface, Foreword, 1 Stress and Performance, 2 Contemporary and Future Battlefields: Soldier Stresses and Performance, 3 Mitigating the Adverse Effects of Workload, Stress, and Fatigue with Adaptive Automation, 4 Concentration, Stress and Performance, 5 Remote Command and Control, Trust, Stress, and Soldier Performance, 6 Changes in Soldier’s Information Processing Capability under Stress, 7 Vigilance, Workload, and Stress, 8 Temporal Regulation and Temporal Cognition: Biological and Psychological Aspects of Time Stress, 9 Positive Psychology: Adaptation, Leadership, and Performance in Exceptional Circumstances, 10 Stress and Teams: How Stress Affects Decision Making at the Team Level, 11 Mitigating the Effects of Stress through Cognitive Readiness, 12 Fatigue and its Effect on Performance in Military Environments, 13 Multi-Modal Information Display under Stress, 14 Stress Exposure Training: An Event-Based Approach, 15 Augmenting Multi-Cultural Collaboration, 16 Individual Differences in Stress Reaction, 17 Stress and Performance: Experiences from Iraq, Index