Working with new technologies: hormone excretion as an indicator for sustained arousal. A pilot study.

@article{Korunka1996WorkingWN,
  title={Working with new technologies: hormone excretion as an indicator for sustained arousal. A pilot study.},
  author={Christian Korunka and K. H. Huemer and Brigitte Litschauer and B. Karetta and A. Kafka-L{\"u}tzow},
  journal={Biological psychology},
  year={1996},
  volume={42 3},
  pages={439-52}
}
Effects of working with new technologies (visual display units) on hormone levels were investigated in a pilot study. The relationship between subjective strain and hormone levels was also assessed. Twenty subjects participated in the study reported here, which is a part of a comprehensive longitudinal study, in which 279 employees participated. Measurements were taken two months before the new technology was installed (baseline: work with conventional technology), during the implementation… CONTINUE READING

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