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De la relation entre personnalité, thymie et action : une étude expérimentale chez des sujets en situation d'hypoxie chronique

Abstract : We investigated the relationships between "Emotion" and "Action" in eight subjects exposed to chronic hypoxia for 31 days during a simulated climb from sea-level to 8848m ("EverestComex 97" experiment). Personality traits and mood states, including anxiety, were correlated with the subjects' cognitive and psychosensorimotor performances. Correlational data between maods states and perfonnance suggest that adverse changes in mood states could alter the subjects' performances. In contrast, anxiety (trait and slale) could produce adaptive mechanisms and favour the processes required for stimulus-response tasks, but not complex tasks, which require strategie processes. This could reflect, from a philosophical point of view, the major raIe of anxiety, which could have been"'vital" for the survival of the human specy. Elsewhere, our results further suggest that anxiety and moods could be arranged in a single holistic concept.
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Benoît Bolmont. De la relation entre personnalité, thymie et action : une étude expérimentale chez des sujets en situation d'hypoxie chronique. Médecine humaine et pathologie. Université Henri Poincaré - Nancy 1, 2000. Français. ⟨NNT : 2000NAN10159⟩. ⟨tel-01747099⟩

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