State and Trait - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780126503531, 9781483289144

State and Trait, Volume 3

1st Edition

State and Trait

Editors: A. Smith D. Jones
eBook ISBN: 9781483289144
Imprint: Academic Press
Published Date: 16th July 1992
Page Count: 362
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This third volume of Handbook of Human Performance addresses individual differences in human performance. The book considers both effects related to stable characteristics and those which are a product of either endogenous changes in state, or induced by task performance itself. It includes chapters on intelligence, demographic factors, extra version, and fatigue. Although a wide range of topics is covered, all contributions are linked in a consistent manner to human performance.

Table of Contents

M. Anderson, Intelligence. R. Davies, A. Taylor, And L. Dorn, Aging. J. Ussher, Sex Differences in Performance. G. Mattherws, Extraversion. J. Mueller, Anxiety. G. Matthews, Mood. S. Campbell, Sleep and Circadian Rhythms. A. Smith, Time of Day. A.Tilley and S. Brown, Sleep Deprivation. F. Nachreiner and K. Hanecke, Vigilance. A. Craig, Fatigue. Index.


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