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Influence of Stress Factors on Cognitive Tasks Performance

EasyChair Preprint no. 2350

4 pagesDate: January 9, 2020


Human-machine interactions in the modern world are becoming more complex and require even higher levels of understanding and attention from the person, especially in the military or medical industry. Wireless electronics, innovations in the field of nanoelectronics and nanosensors, a new approach to software systems design and information exchange enable the creation of complex systems that were unthinkable decades ago. This work focuses on the problem of the influence of stress factors on the ability of a person to perform mental work. In the framework of the study, the analysis of changes in human physiological parameters in stress conditions was monitored and experimental studies of the influence of stress factors on solving cognitive tasks using pupilometry were conducted. Objects of the current research were aged 16-25 years. Measurement of the size of the pupil and the pressure was carried out during the execution of cognitive tasks. The purpose of these studies is to monitor changes in the attention and concentration of subjects under the influence of various stressors (noise, interference, vibration, etc.) and to determine the recommendations to the measuring system sufficiently simple and sufficiently precise to carry out such measurements.

Keyphrases: cognitive load, cognitive task, human-machine interaction, mental arithmetic, perceived stress, pupil size, pupilometry, Research Protocol, stress factor, stress influence

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  author = {Taras Medvedyk and Irena Antoniuk and Solomiya Lebid},
  title = {Influence of Stress Factors on Cognitive Tasks Performance},
  howpublished = {EasyChair Preprint no. 2350},

  year = {EasyChair, 2020}}
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