UNDERLOAD STRESS 1)2)
Stress induced in a system by insufficient inputs of energy, matter and/or information.
N. PARITSIS comments: "If the environment is too simple and remains unchanged, the organism has very little to learn, meaning that simple environments also inhibit learning and are producing underload stress" (1992, p.38).
For comparison, see "Overload".
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