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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 1: In the person-environment fit model, the difference between objective environment (Eo) and objective person (Po) gives the relative objective fit (Fo). The ideal fit is where the objective person and the objective environment meet, where the psychoemotional stress of stress is minimized. By contrast, the right of this point illustrates the situation of overload and the left of the curve represents an underload

Figure 1: In the person-environment fit model, the difference between objective environment (Eo) and objective person (Po) gives the relative objective fit (Fo). The ideal fit is where the objective person and the objective environment meet, where the psychoemotional stress of stress is minimized. By contrast, the right of this point illustrates the situation of overload and the left of the curve represents an underload