Jasper von Grumbkow

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While running a selection procedure, 27 male Belgian Special Forces candidates, with a mean age of 27.4 years (SD = 5.1), were randomly assigned to a no-stress control (n = 14) or a high-intensity stress group (n = 13). Participants in the latter group were exposed to an extremely strenuous mock prisoner of war (POW) exercise. Immediately after stress or(More)
PURPOSE To study possible differences in trust between general practitioners (GPs) and occupational physicians (OPs) and the explanatory factors for trust. Insight into the factors predicting trust can improve programmes for stimulating the co-operation of GPs and OPs. THEORY On the basis of theories of trust and of social identity theory we expected, (1)(More)
The present field experiment examined how multi-trial visuo-spatial learning and memory performance are impacted by excessive arousal, instigated by a potentially life-threatening event (i.e., a first parachute jump). Throughout a parachute training activity, subjective and neuroendocrine (i.e., cortisol) stress levels were assessed of 61 male military(More)
BACKGROUND General practitioners (GPs) and occupational health physicians (OHPs) would like to improve their collaboration. This could be achieved through a joint vocational training programme. OBJECTIVE To assess the social-psychological effects of a joint training programme for GP and OHP trainees for the improvement of interprofessional collaboration.(More)
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