Impact of CO2 on human decision making and productivity

Publication Type

Conference Paper

Date Published

2011

Abstract

Significant economic savings and productivity gains in worker performance are estimated even with a small improvement in indoor environmental quality (Fisk, 2000). Realworld productivity is based on environmental conditions that are volatile, complex, and ambiguous with uncertainty and delayed feedback. Therefore, the measurement tool needs to capture functioning as it happens in the realworld. The Strategic Management Simulations (SMS) methodology has been designed to measure the process of thinking and has been widely used in many industries to assess cognitive and behavioral responses to realworld task situations (Satish and Streufert, 1997).

Conference Name

Indoor Air 2011

Year of Publication

2011

Conference Location

Austin, TX

Accession Number

Proceedings of Indoor Air 2011, a574 3