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Minimizing Human Stress in Social Networks with Targeted Interventions

Dean Lipovac; László Hajdu; Sølvi Therese Strømmen Wie; Anders Qvale Nyrud

Chronic stress in humans can substantially impair functioning of organizations. As stress can spread through social networks, psychosocial interventions targeted at the most contagious people can efficiently improve organizational functioning. On the example of employees working in healthcare institutions, we show how optimization methods based on network science can guide efficient decisions to minimize human stress.

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