This e-book provides new conception and empirical experiences at the roles of cognitive workload and fatigue on repeated monetary judgements. The mathematical types which are constructed the following make the most of cusp disaster services for discontinuous alterations in functionality and combine aim measures of workload, subjective reports, and person alterations one of the choice makers. extra nonlinear dynamical techniques are tested in regards to patience and antipersistence in judgements, entropy, extra reasons of performance, and the id of risk-optimization profiles for lengthy sequences of selections.
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