Consider biocost as a measure of the human expenditure required to achieve a goal. There are components of biocost that are easily measurable – the literal physical energy, the time, and the relative degree of attention that a specific goal requires. Another key human component – the emotional or stress component – is more difficult to characterize and measure, and is somewhat a function of the perceived demands of energy, time, and attention for a given goal or sub-task.


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