technostress


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technostress

(ˈtɛknəʊˌstrɛs)
n
any mental stress caused by (too much) interaction with technology
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Summary: Technostress is actually not the latest malady in a series of technology-induced syndromes.
Research is needed to examine the effects of technostress across different industries, to identify workers at greatest risk of adverse effects, to explore the impact on career decision making, to help clients develop personal coping resources, and to determine strategies for career professionals to collaborate with workplace managers.
This edition has new information on the human microbiome and stress; Lyme disease; DNA, stress, and aging; inflammation; social stress in the US; insomnia; technostress due to the repeated use of screen devices; happiness; and environmental issues.
Technostress from mobile communication and its impact on quality of life and productivity.
Cheng, "The dark side of smartphone usage: Psychological traits, compulsive behavior and technostress," Computers in Human Behavior, Vol.
Khan, Asad et al (2013) An Empirical Analysis of Correlation Between Technostress and Job Satisfaction: A Case of KPK, Pakistan.
Impact of technostress on end-user satisfaction and performance.
2014): The dark side of smartphone usage: psychological traits, compulsive behavior and technostress.
Technostress is defined as any negative effect on human attitudes, thoughts, behavior, and psychology that was direct or indirect results from technology use (Weil & Rosen, 1990).
We asked open-ended, thought-provoking questions, demonstrated openness to our students' ideas, recommended practitioner papers (published in, for example, MIS Quarterly Executive, California Management Review, Harvard Business Review, Sloan Management Review) and book chapters, had regular meetings to help the students refine their ideas, used technological tools like blogs and online forums to stay connected to our students, put our undergraduate researchers in contact with domain experts (experts on technostress in our case), and we helped our student researchers cope with the challenges and stressors of undergraduate life by giving them control over their progress and showing them how to navigate those stressors.
Impacto psicosocial de la tecnologia de informacion y comunicacion (TIC): tecnoestres, danos fisicos y satisfaccion laboral [Psychosocial impact of information and communication technologies (ICT): Technostress, physical damage and professional satisfaction].