Untersuchungen über physiologische und biochemische indikatoren zur differenzierung zwischen mentaler und emotionaler beanspruchung bei psychischen leistungen

@article{Klimmer1979UntersuchungenP,
  title={Untersuchungen {\"u}ber physiologische und biochemische indikatoren zur differenzierung zwischen mentaler und emotionaler beanspruchung bei psychischen leistungen},
  author={F. Klimmer and Joseph Rutenfranz and Walter Rohmert},
  journal={International Archives of Occupational and Environmental Health},
  year={1979},
  volume={44},
  pages={149-163}
}
SummaryTo carry on earlier field experiments, the effects of mental or emotional loads were evaluated under laboratory conditions by means of physiological and biochemical indicators. Stress was produced by a method which allowed an exactly reproducible concentration performance to be obtained. The calculation task (a · b + c − d) was directed by means of an apparatus and the calculation speed could be varied from 1 to 30 calculations per minute. The calculations were presented either with… 

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