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Stress, workload, and fatigue

eBook, English, 2000
Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Mahwah, N.J., 2000
1 online resource (xv, 682 pages) : illustrations
9780585367354, 9781410600448, 0585367353, 1410600440
Contents: B. Kantowitz, Series Foreword. Preface. Part I:Stress. Section 1:Theory. G. Matthews, Levels of Transaction: A Cognitive Science Framework for Operator Stress. K.C. Hendy, K.P. East, P.S.E. Farrell, An Information-Processing Model of Operator Stress and Performance. Section 2:Research. J.L. Weaver, C. Bowers, E. Salas, Stress and Teams: Performance Effects and Interventions. A.F. Stokes, K. Kite, On Grasping a Nettle and Becoming Emotional. G. Matthews, A Transactional Model of Driver Stress. Section 3:Practice. I. Glendon, F. Coles, Stress in Ambulance Staff. B. Thompson, A. Kirk-Brown, D. Brown, Women Police: The Impact of Work Stress on Family Members. G. Matthews, P.A. Desmond, Stress and Driving Performance: Implications for Design and Training. Section 4:Commentary. C.L. Cooper, S. Cartwright, A Strategic Approach to Organizational Stress Management. M.E. Morphew, The Future of Human Performance and Stress Research: A New Challenge. Part II:Workload. Section 1:Theory. M.W. Scerbo, Stress, Workload, and Boredom in Vigilance: A Problem and an Answer. R.W. Backs, An Autonomic Space Approach to the Psychophysiological Assessment of Mental Workload. D.D. Woods, E.S. Patterson, How Unexpected Events Produce an Escalation of Cognitive and Coordinative Demands. Section 2:Research. R. Parasuraman, P.A. Hancock, Adaptive Control of Mental Workload. K.A. Brookhuis, D. de Waard, Assessment of Drivers' Workload: Performance and Subjective and Physiological Indexes. M. Mouloua, J.M. Hitt, II, J. Deaton, Automation and Workload in Aviation Systems. T.C. Landsdown, Causes, Measures, and Effects of Driver Visual Workload. Section 3:Practice. A.D. Andre, The Value of Workload in the Design and Analysis of Consumer Products. B. Hilburn, P.G.A.M. Jorna, Workload and Air Traffic Control. B.H. Kantowitz, O. Simsek, Secondary-Task Measures of Driver Workload. W.B. Verwey, Evaluating Safety Effects of In-Vehicle Information Systems. Section 4:Commentary. J.M. Flach, G. Kuperman, The Human Capacity for Work: A (Biased) Historical Perspective. C.D. Wickens, Workload and Situation Awareness. Part III:Fatigue. Section 1:Theory. P.A. Desmond, P.A. Hancock, Active and Passive Fatigue States. R.F. Soames-Job, J. Dalziel, Defining Fatigue as a Condition of the Organism and Distinguishing It From Habituation, Adaptation, and Boredom. Section 2:Research. S.H. Fairclough, Mental Effort Regulation and the Functional Impairment of the Driver. P.S. Rau, A Heavy Vehicle Drowsy Driver Detection and Warning System: Scientific Issues and Technical Challenges. R.R. Rosa, Examining Work Schedules for Fatigue: It's Not Just Hours of Work. Section 3:Practice. L.R. Hartley, P. Arnold, Managing Fatigue in the RoadTransport Industry: An Occupational Safety and Health Solution. A-M. Feyer, A.M. Williamson, Broadening Our View of Effective Solutions to Commercial Driver Fatigue. M. Raby, J.D. Lee, Fatigue and Workload in the Maritime Industry. Section 4:Commentary. V.J. Gawron, J. French, D. Funke, An Overview of Fatigue. I. Brown, Coping With Driver Fatigue: Is the Long Journey Nearly Over? D.I. Tepas, J.M. Price, What Is Stress and What Is Fatigue? A.W.K. Gaillard, Stress, Workload, and Fatigue as Three Biobehavioral States: A General Overview. UMKC electronic book, click to access
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