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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As a result, it is logical to think this translation type is best suited for any corpus-based research into real professional translation under time pressure. In general, most publications on journalistic translation complain about the little attention paid to time pressure type despite the enormous amount of translated news distributed globally on a daily basis (Bielsa & Bassnett, 2009; Hernandez, 2006).
In the study I aimed to capture how both holistic and analytic processing modes operate in relation with time pressure. In order to define the nature of interaction between these two processing modes, a Pearson correlation analysis was performed on formulaicity data (i.e., indicating holistic processing) and pausing and reformulation data (i.e., signifying analytic processing).
Previous research suggests that individuals cope with time pressure by attempting to work faster or avoid risks (Wright 1974; Svenson and Edland 1987; Payne, Bettman and Luce 1996).
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.
The other element that can help balance time pressures is the establishment of rituals.
"We found that time pressure tends to magnify the predisposition that people already have, whether it is to be selfish or pro-social," Krajbich said.
Billable hours also can be a source of time pressure, although perhaps less obvious than deadlines and time budgets.
He examines the role of strategic focus in negotiations with potential for value creation and its association with outcomes for individual negotiators and dyads, arguing that negotiation requires the classification of behavior into strategic dimensions, and exploring how time pressure and task structure influence the effects of strategy focus, how dyadic negotiation strategy focus is linked to outcomes, the individual strategic approaches that allow for success, and the factors that influence the evolution of cooperativeness during negotiation.
Key factors found to influence stress levels included long hours affecting work-life balance, time pressures during the working day, physical strains on the job and whether colleagues were supportive.
This ostracizes the disabled individual and places additional time pressure and stress on the caregiver.
Driving on vacation should not be under time pressure.
The index grants scores based on performance of the reviewed economies on four variables, namely market attractiveness, country risk, market saturation and time pressure.