Cognitive processes in planning and judgements under sleep deprivation and time pressure

@inproceedings{Kobbeltvedt2005CognitivePI,
  title={Cognitive processes in planning and judgements under sleep deprivation and time pressure},
  author={Therese Kobbeltvedt and Wibecke Brun and Jon Christian Laberg},
  year={2005}
}
Abstract Cadets’ planning and judgements were experimentally examined in four simulated rescue operations during military ranger training. We examined the effects of sleep deprivation (SD), affect, time pressure, and need for cognition (NFC) on cadets’ planning of a rescue operation, and their self-judgements of security, probability of success, and quality of their plans. Rescue experts judged the cadets’ plans with respect to the same three dimensions. In addition, time on task and number of… CONTINUE READING

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