Stress and Human Performance

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concerted effort by stress researchers. Therefore, it is recommended that researchers in this area investigate potential moderators more aggressively. Furthermore, it is recommended that research in the area of stress and human performance include a continuing discussion of moderator effects so that a full understanding of moderators can be developed.


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