Tech stress : how technology is hijacking our lives, strategies for coping, and pragmatic ergonomics
—Peper, Erik, author.
Book
2020
3 available of 8 items

"An evolutionary approach to re-envisioning our relationship with technology--and reclaiming health, happiness, and sanity in a plugged-in world. Evolution shapes behaviors--and as a species, we've evolved to be drawn to the instant gratification, constant connectivity, and shiny lights, beeps, and sounds of our ever-present smartphones, laptops, and other devices. In earlier eras, these hardwired evolutionary patterns may have set us up for success, but today they confuse our instincts, leaving us vulnerable and stressed out from fractured attention, missed sleep, skipped meals, and all-over aches and pains"-- Provided by publisher.

Item Details
Subjects:
Human engineering.
Stress management.
Technology -- Psychological aspects.
Other Authors:
Faass, Nancy, author.
Harvey, Richard, 1958- author.
ISBN:
9781583947685
158394768X
Description:
384 pages
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
LCCN:
2020003932
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