time pressure


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time pressure

The psychological stress that results from having to get things done in less time than is needed or desired.
Synonym: time crunch; time squeeze
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The survey results indicate that time pressure is mainly attributable to deadline pressure.
Gallup data, however, do not support the hypothesis that Americans' perceived time pressure has been increasing -- at least not based on the trends over the past 25 years.
Hamermesh and Lee (2007) also explained time pressure from an economic perspective: the opportunity cost of time.
Results of relative importance index point out that intact relationship and time pressure are the most important items explaining the potential causes of uncertainty in construction dispute negotiation.
Some of the participants were under time pressure, and were instructed to report their answer within 20 seconds.
It was clear Anand wanted to attempt a win or at least inflict some psychological blow on Gelfand, who was under time pressure.
The interest in research into the effects of time pressure in translation can be traced back to the introduction of the cognitive paradigm in Translation Studies (Shreve & Diamond, 1997; Alvstad et al.
The development of the research, based on a theoretical framework, is followed by data collection from individuals characterized as decision makers for the task that guided the study: the simulation of a car purchase, with subjects submitted or not to time pressure and missing information, covered in the method section.
Existing research has predominantly concentrated on the negative effect that coping with time pressure has on the quality of decision making in an individual context (Maule, Hockey and Bdzola 2000; Kocher and Sutter 2006).
The finding, from the third and final phase of the MEMO (Minimizing Error, Maximizing Outcome) study, implies that "addressing physician burnout, leadership values, and key aspects of the physician's work environment, [such as] time pressure, chaos, and work control, may improve provider health, care quality, and patient safety," Dr.
You're not under any time pressure, you must take as long or as short as you wish.
Even if the buyer is not under time pressure to close, but more time is needed after closing to increase the value of the property, its occupancy rate, or its performance, the buyer may look for other sources of funds.