Designing immersive surgical training against information technology-related overload in the operating room

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Pluyter, J.R.;
  • Publisher: CentER, Center for Economic Research

On a theoretical level, this dissertation demonstrates that the “classical” conceptualization of overload in the field of Information Systems being an excessive amount of information is too simplistic. Based on the Emotional-Cognitive Overload Model by Rutkowski and Sau... View more
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