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Shiftwork stress resistance, health&performance [electronic resource]: a predictive, integrative model

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Microsoft Word - Andrew M Lehrer Dissertation REVISED 8 PDF Copyright by Andrew Marshall Lehrer 2005 The Dissertation Committee for Andrew Marshall Lehrer certifies that this is the approved version of the following dissertation: Shiftwork Stress Resistance, Health & Performance: A Predictive, Integrative Model Committee: Charles J. Holahan, Supervisor Clarke A. Burnham Robert L. Helmreich Joseph M. Horn Ira Iscoe Clifford A. Katz Shiftwork Stress Resistance, Health & Performance: A Predictive, Integrative Model by Andrew Marshall Lehrer, B.S.; M.A. Dissertation Presented to the Faculty of the Graduate School of The University of Texas at Austin in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy The University of Texas at Austin May, 2005 Dedication To my parents, Sandra and Ronald Lehrer, for their care, wisdom, and tender strength. My steps are forever shaped by your love. To my wife, Gema, for your soul, spirit, and love. My steps are forever stronger because of your beautiful voice. To my children, Sophia and Gëanna, for your hearts, smiles, and wondrous possibilities. My steps are forever happier knowing yours. v Acknowledgements Any inquiry into human nature necessarily involves people, and many have educated me along the way by instruction and example. I have benefited greatly from my family, friends, teachers, colleagues, and students. Any merit in the following pages very much belongs to them, although any deficiencies are my own and I hope to learn from them. Some of the many people who deserve special mention include Charles (Josh) Holahan for his sharp mind, thoughtful advice, inspiring clarity, and friendship; Bob Helmreich for his active leadership in the field and helpful nature; Ira Iscoe for eternal youth, charisma, and insight; Clarke Burnham for steady guidance and support; Joe Horn for thoughtful lessons concerning methodology and individual diff

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