Online Stress Sumit Interview
Technostress (Wikipedia) is the negative psychological link between people and the introduction of new technologies. Where ergonomics is the study of how humans react to and physically fit with machines in their environment, technostress is a result of altered habits of work and collaboration that are being brought about due to the use of modern information technologies at office and home situations.
Baroness Greenfield was interviewed by Tom Meyers for Online Stress Awareness day, 7th November 2018. In the interview they discuss – Does Hi-Tech cause stress?
That was the theme of the INTERNATIONAL STRESS AWARENESS DAY 2018 and the question hosts Tom Meyers and Danielle Sax, asked experts from around the world for their second ONLINE STRESS SUMMIT (2018).
In this podcast version of the summit, host Tom Meyers interviews Baroness Susan Greenfield: Research scientist, author of Tomorrow’s people, ID: The Quest for Meaning in the 21st Century. Click here to listen to the Baroness Susan Greenfield interview on Mixcloud.
Founded in 1974 as the American Association for the Advancement of Tension Control (AAATC), the Association was renamed as the International Stress and Tension Control Society (ISTCS) in 1981 due to international interest. In 1984, the UK and French branches were formed and the organisation was renamed International Stress Management Association (ISMA) in 1989. With branches in 8 countries and members in many other countries, ISMA has a global reach.
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