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August 2004 - Human Factors and Ergonomics Society

August 2004 - Human Factors and Ergonomics Society

Matthews, G., &

Matthews, G., & Campbell, S.E. (1998). Taskinducedstress and individual differences incoping. Proceedings of the Human Factorsand Ergonomics Society 42, 821-825.Matthews, G., Campbell, S.E., Falconer, S.,Joyner, L.A., Huggins, J., Gilliland, K.,Grier, R., & Warm, J.S. (2002).Fundamental dimensions of subjectivestate in performance settings: Taskengagement, distress, and worry. Emotion,2(4), 315-340.Matthews, G., Joyner, L., Gilliland, K.,Campbell, S., Falconer, S., & Huggins, J.(1999). Validation of a comprehensivestress state questionnaire: Towards a state‘big three’? In: I. Mervielde, I.J. Deary, F.DeFruyt, and F. Ostendorf (Eds.),Personality psychology in Europe (vol 7)(pp. 335-350). Tilburg: Tilburg UniversityPress.Szalma, J.L. (2002a). Individual differences inthe stress and workload of sustainedattention. Proceedings of the HumanFactors and Ergonomics Society, 46, 1002-1006.Thropp, J.E., Szalma, J.L., Ross, J.M., &Hancock, P.A. (2003). Individual differencesin dispositional pessimism, stress, and copingas a function of task type. Proceedings of theHuman Factors and Ergonomics Society, 47,1073-1077.IDIP Newsletter, Vol. 15 No 1 6

Post-Task DistressStandardized Scores4321018 24 30 36 42 48 54 60 66 72-1-2-3D = 0.06P - 2.2R 2 = 0.17-4PessimismFigure 1. Post-task Distress as a function of pessimism. These effects were similar fortasks with and without spatial uncertainty. However, data shown here was obtained froma task requiring temporal discrimination with spatial uncertainty. Note. D= Distress; P=PessimismPost-Task EngagementStandardized Scores4321-1-2-3-4TE = -0.07P + 2.8R 2 = 0.26018 24 30 36 42 48 54 60 66 72PessimismFigure 2. Pre-post Task Engagement as a function of pessimism for observersexperiencing a task with spatial uncertainty. Note. TE= Task Engagement; P=PessimismIDIP Newsletter, Vol. 15 No 1 7

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