Inverted U-shape relationship

This refers to what a line graph looks like when two measures are plotted against each other. For example, if you plotted stress levels along the bottom, and performance levels at the side, the points might make an upside-down ‘u’ shape. This would show that low levels of stress relate to low performance levels. As stress increases, performance also increases. However, after a certain point, too much stress would lead to performance decreasing, and very high stress levels relate to poor performance.

Posted on May 13, 2018 by modsu in . Comments Off on Inverted U-shape relationship