1st Edition

Stress and Performance Effectiveness Volume 3

Edited By Earl A. Alluisi, Edwin A. Fleishman Copyright 1982
    288 Pages
    by Psychology Press

    First published in 1982. This is Volume III of a three-volume series and focuses on stress and performance effectiveness. This series of volumes reviews the state of the art in several areas of human performance research. These areas are human capability assessment, information processing and decision making, and job stress. It was recognized that these have been active research areas, but work in these areas has not previously been linked directly to national concerns about productivity. The focus is on implications for improving productivity and for recommending research in these areas that should have impact on productivity.

    Contents: E.A. Fleishman, Introduction. E.A. Alluisi, Stress and Stressors, Commonplace and Otherwise. W.D. Chiles, Workload, Task, and Situational Factors as Modifiers of Complex Human Performance. W.L. Wilkens, Psychophysiological Correlates of Stress and Human Performance. G.D. Coates, R.H. Kirby, Organismic Factors and Individual Differences in Human Performance and Productivity. R.T. Hogan, J.C. Hogan, Subjective Correlates of Stress and Human Performance. E.A. Alluisi, B.B. Morgan, Jr., Temporal Factors in Human Performance and Productivity.


    Alluisi, Earl A.; Fleishman, Edwin A.