Job Specificity in Human Functional State Optmization by Means of Self-Regulation Trainingстатья

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[1] Leonova A. B., Kuznetsova A. S., Barabanshchikova V. V. Job specificity in human functional state optmization by means of self-regulation training // Procedia - social and behavioral sciences. — 2013. — Vol. 86. — P. 29–34. The paper is devoted to consideration of self-regulation training that can be used in order to prevent a development of negative human functional states (HFS) in work environment. According to the well-developed in Russian work and organizational psychology traditions the effects of practical implementation of various self-regulation methods on job efficiency and worker's well-being are analyzed. The positive patterns of changes in HFS syndromes as the results of prolonged courses of self-regulation training are described. It is shown that a successful acquisition of self-regulation skills strongly depends on specificity of job content. These findings are useful for enhancing the quality of work-site stress management and health promotion programs. [ DOI ]

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