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About this product
- PublisherSpringer-Verlag New York Inc.
- Date of Publication16/08/2013
- GenrePsychology: Professional & General
- Place of PublicationNew York, NY
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintSpringer-Verlag New York Inc.
- Content Note17 black & white illustrations, biography
- Weight658 g
- Width155 mm
- Height235 mm
- Edited byAlbert A. Harrison,Christopher P. McKay,Yvonne A. Clearwater
- Foreword byE. K. Eric Gunderson
- Table Of ContentsI. Settings.- 1. Life in Antarctica.- 2. An Experiential Perspective on Conducting Social and Behavioral Research at Antarctic Research Stations.- 3. A Review of Antarctic Behavioral Research.- 4. Current International Human Factors Research in Antarctica.- 5. The Research Program of the International Biomedical Expedition to the Antarctic (IBEA) and its Implications for Research in Outer Space.- 6. The Antarctic Experience.- 7. Personnel Deployment Systems: Managing People in Polar and Outer Space Settings.- 8. Psychological and Sociological Aspects of Manned Spaceflight.- 9. Scientists and Seamen.- 10. Three Decades of Nuclear Submarine Research: Implications for Space and Antarctic Research.- 11. National Park Service Areas as Analogues for Antarctic and Space Environments.- II. Orientations and Perspectives.- 12. Theoretical Approaches to Adaptation to Antarctica and Space.- 13. Groups in Isolation and Confinement: Environments and Experiences.- 14. Environmental Design Cybernetics: A Relativistic Conceptual Framework for the Design of Space Stations and Settlements.- 15. Small Groups and Confined Microsocieties.- 16. Applications of Living Systems Theory to Life in Space.- III. Isolation and Confinement Effects.- 17. Effects of Isolation on States of Consciousness.- 18. Imaginative Involvement in Antarctica: Applications to Life in Space.- 19. Psychological Effects of Isolation and Confinement of a Winter-Over Group at McMurdo Station, Antartica.- 20. Winter-Over Stress: Physiological and Psychological Adaptation to an Antarctic Isolated and Confined Environment.- 21. Group Adaptation and Individual Adjustment in Antarctica: A Summary of Recent Research.- 22. International Biomedical Expedition to the Antarctic: Physiological Studies in the Field.- 23. The Third-Quarter Phenomenon: Do People Experience Discomfort After Stress Has Passed?.- 24. Communication Issues of Spaceflight.- IV. Interventions and Outcomes.- 25. The International Biomedical Expedition to the Antarctic-Psychological Evaluations of the Field Party.- 26. Crew Selection for an Antarctic-Based Space Simulator.- 27. The Psychophysiology of Adaptation and Competence: Altered States of Consciousness During Antarctic Wintering.- 28. Psychological Effects of Long-Duration Space Missions and Stress Amelioration Techniques.- 29. Proxemics and Privacy: Managing the Problems of Life in Confined Environments.- 30. Functional Esthetics to Enhance Weil-Being in Isolated and Confined Settings.- 31. Windows: Their Importance and Functions in Confining Environments.- 32. Decreasing Stress Through the Introduction of Microenvironments.- 33. Keeping the Peace in Space: A Neighborhood Model for a Community-Based, Conflict-Resolution-Oriented Justice System.- 34. Antarctica and Outer Space: Emerging Perspectives and Perceptions.- 35. Justice in the Antarctic, Space, and the Military.- Conclusion: Recommendations for Future Research.
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