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Shauna Ericksen, Geoff Dover, and Richard DeMont

5 times. 3 , 4 The stress response is associated with certain cognitive, physiological, and behavioral mechanisms like increased muscle tension, peripheral narrowing, poor sleep, impaired self-care, fatigue, and poor visual and verbal memory, all of which are associated with increased injury rates

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Jacob W. Hinkel-Lipsker, Nicole M. Stoehr, Pranavi L. Depur, Michael A. Weise, Joshua A. Vicente, Stefanie A. Drew, and Sean M. Rogers

partially attribute this outcome to a tunnel vision effect brought on by physical fatigue known as “peripheral narrowing,” or an inability for a person to recognize cues in their peripheral visual field ( Ando et al., 2008 ). This research describes how physical fatigue may serve as an organismic constraint