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Type of publication:Inproceedings
Entered by:JOSM
TitleThe influence of stress and mood on time-constrained decision making in crisis situations: to what extent can we predict human performance?
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Booktitle Proceedings of the International Conference on Human Centered Processes (HCP 2008)
Year published 2008
Month June
Pages 155-168
Organization D-CIS Lab
Location 8-12 June 2008, Delft, The Netherlands
Note ISBN 978-2-908849-22-6
Keywords influence stress,mood time-constrained,decision making,crisis situations,human performance
Abstract
In this position paper a number of hypotheses are posited concerning the effect of measurable human factors, such as subjective stress, arousal and mood, on the performance of human decision making; taking into account the amount of risk involved in the decision. The proposed domain of application is crisis management: a situation in which time-limits, uncertainty and possibly dire consequences provide an ideal context to assess the validity of our hypotheses. Experimentation involves both people in management functions and non-management functions. The final objective is to provide the basis for a demonstrator which can measure mood, arousal and subjective stress on the job, provide runtime feedback and ergo positively influence human decision making processes.
Authors
Rondeel, Eefje
Kempen, Masja
Wijngaards, Niek
Nieuwenhuis, Kees
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