The influence of stress and mood on decision making in critical situations
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SourceRevue D’Intelligence Artificielle, 23, 4, (2009), pp. 449-466
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Revue D’Intelligence Artificielle
SubjectBehaviour Change and Well-being
In this position paper a number of hypotheses are outlined concerning the effect of three measurable human factors, namely subjective stress, arousal and mood, on human decision making performance; taking into account the amount of risk involved in the decision. The proposed domain of application involves critical situations: situations in which timelimits, uncertainty and possibly dire consequences provide an ideal context to apply the results. A tangible objective is to provide the basis for a demonstrator which can measure subjective stress, arousal and mood on the job, provide runtime feedback and positively influence the human decision making process.
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