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Module 9. Human factors
An individual suffering from stress when confronted with a task within his capability is likely to think the task is
•  too demanding.
•  not demanding enough.
•  someone else's responsibility.

JD2016 asking:
•  If stress is defined as the difference between an individuals perception of the demands placed upon him and his actual ability to meet those demands, then if you are stressed, even though the task is within your capability, your perception is that it isn't.

Community comments: 2
Ivor
Posts: 6
13.08.2019 / 17:05
I agree, having suffered from stress the simplest things seems too demanding. It is the fact that it IS your responsibility that makes it more stressful.
Jordi
Posts: 98
16.10.2020 / 12:18
shouldnt the correct one be the first?
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