strategy

Evaluating cognitive effects of environmental health hazards

Description:
Evaluating the extent to which chemical and physical agents contribute to impaired mental and cognitive functions. Understanding the adverse effects of physical and chemical agents in mental and cognitive functions.
Context:
The chemical and physical environments can interfere with cognitive functions in several ways. Exposure to chemical substances such as metals and organic solvents can damage the central nervous system and impair mental functions. Physical factors that affect cognitive function include noise, heat, cold, vibration and light. These can be a particular problem in schools and the workplace, impairing learning and memory.
Values:
Ill
Health
Hazard
Subjects:
Hazards
Evaluation
Health
Psychology
Environment
Type Classification:
E: Emanations of other strategies