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Mental health and Cognitive Load

Mental health and Cognitive Load

In an era where mental health is increasingly claiming space in our daily lives, it is essential to bring this concern to our workplace as well. If vigorous mental health brings more productivity to the performance of a professional activity, a Cognitive Load adjusted to the capacity of each one will also produce similar effects. But to what extent are we considering the influence of each individual’s Cognitive Load on the performance of their work? And what is the impact of this type of load on each individual’s mental health?


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