session 1

Title

Behaviour, Performance and Psychosocial Issues in Space

Description

This session considers psychosocial, interpersonal, cultural, cognitive, circadian/sleep and human factors issues and countermeasures related to human spaceflight and space exploration.

Date

2011-10-03

Time

15:00

Room

TS-09

IPC members
papers

Order

Time

Paper title

Selection result

Mode

Presentation status

Speaker

Affiliation

Country

1

Personal Growth Following Long-Duration Space Flight

accepted

15

confirmed

Dr. Peter Suedfeld

University of British Columbia

Canada

2

Thematic Content Analysis of Work-Family Interactions: Retired Cosmonauts’ Reflections

accepted

15

confirmed

Mr. Deyar Asmaro

Simon Fraser University

Canada

3

Universal Values of Canadian Astronauts

accepted

15

confirmed

Dr. Jelena Brcic

University of British Columbia

Canada

4

The effects of extreme isolation on loneliness and cognitive control processes: Analyses of the LODGEAD data obtained during the Mars-105 and the Mars-520 studies

accepted

15

confirmed

Dr. Bernadette van Baarsen

VU medisch centrum

The Netherlands

5

Increased Crewmember Autonomy during Long-duration Space Missions

accepted

15

confirmed

Prof. Nick Kanas

University of California, San Francisco (UCSF)

United States

6

The “us vs. them” phenomenon: Lessons from a long duration human Mars mission simulation

accepted

15

confirmed

Dr. Melissa M. Battler

University of Western Ontario (UWO)

Canada

7

Study of interrelations of a functional intra-group "leader-slave" role and level of stress-resistance with dynamics of neuroendocrine status in the conditions of long-term confinement

accepted

15

confirmed

Dr. Igor Nichiporuk

RF SRC - Institute of Biomedical Problems of the RAS

Russian Federation

8

The effect of natural sound: stress-related salivary amylase and mood states

accepted

15

confirmed

Ms. Ayako Ono

Tohoku University Graduate School of Medicine

Japan

9

“Dusk turning-down” phenomenon during 60-day head-down bed rest experiment

accepted

15

confirmed

Prof. Jun Wang

Astronaut Center of China

China

10

The Mars500-Experiment “6df” – A Teaching and Testing Approach – First Results

accepted

15

confirmed

Dr. Bernd Johannes

Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt e.V. (DLR)

Germany