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Effect of culture on social dynamics and individual performance in Antarctica / Lawrence A. Palinkas, Jeffrey C. Johnson, James S. Boster, Stanislaw Rakusa-Suszczewski, Valery P. Klopov, Xue Quan Fu, Usha Sachdeva.

Title: Effect of culture on social dynamics and individual performance in Antarctica / Lawrence A. Palinkas, Jeffrey C. Johnson, James S. Boster, Stanislaw Rakusa-Suszczewski, Valery P. Klopov, Xue Quan Fu, Usha Sachdeva.
Author(s): Palinkas, Lawrence A.
Johnson, Jeffrey C.
Boster, James S.
Rakusa-Suszczewski, Stanislaw.
Klopov, Valery P.
Fu, Xue Quan.
Sachdeva, Usha.
Date: 2001.
Publisher: Leghorn: Programma Nazionale di Ricerche in Antartide
In: Second Italian workshop on "Human adaptation in Antarctica and extreme environments" : Leghorn, Naval Academy, September 24-25, 2001. Proceedings. (2001.),
Abstract: Examines effect of isolation and confinement on social dynamics and individual performance at 13 winter-over stations from five nations. Results from individual stations on measures for vigour, tension/anxiety, depression, fatigue, anger, and confusion differed significantly from overall results, as did social interactions and seeking advice, most notably at Amundsen-Scott South Pole station, Maitri, Vostok and Arctowski stations. Results suggest that changes in mood and social dynamics during austral winter vary by culture, and that association between mood and social support is mediated by culture.
Notes:

In: Second Italian workshop on "Human adaptation in Antarctica and extreme environments" : Leghorn, Naval Academy, September 24-25, 2001. Proceedings / Italy. Italian Antarctic Research Programme, ed.

Keywords: 61 -- Medical sciences.
613/614 -- Health and preventive medicine.
613.165.9 -- Darkness, effect on man.
159.9 -- Psychology.
159.922.27 -- Psychology, influence of society or its absence.
711.42(2) -- Settlements and stations, specific: Amundsen-Scott.
711.42(2) -- Settlements and stations, specific: Maitri.
711.42(2) -- Settlements and stations, specific: Vostok.
711.42(2) -- Settlements and stations, specific: Arctowski.
I -- Medicine and health.
(*7) -- Antarctic regions.
SPRI record no.: 180956

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