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December 5 2010 Ergonomics Newsletter

Every wonder what happens to ergonomic behavior when you're stressed?

The latest article from the Ergonomics site at talks about the stress of test taking and how it affects behavior in a group of people who know all the right things to do.

It also presents some problem solvers, particularly related to sitting in chairs that don't quite fit.

The Ergonomics of Test Taking

Anyone who's ever taken a long exam knows it's stressful. Our bodies react to this stress. This not only affects our comfort, but our ability to attend to the test and remember what we need to.

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