Author: Kecklund G

Original article 2017;43(2):109-116   pdf full text
The impact of reduced worktime on sleep and perceived stress – a group randomized intervention study using diary data
Schiller H, Lekander M, Rajaleid K, Hellgren C, Åkerstedt T, Barck-Holst P, Kecklund G
 
Original article 2012;38(4):327-336   pdf
Periodic self-rostering in shift work: correspondence between objective work hours, work hour preferences (personal fit), and work schedule satisfaction
Ingre M, Åkerstedt T, Ekstedt M, Kecklund G
 
Editorial 2012;38(4):291-297   pdf
Worktime control: theoretical conceptualization, current empirical knowledge, and research agenda
Beckers DGJ, Kompier MAJ, Kecklund G, Härmä M
 
Editorial 2010;36(2):81-84   pdf
Shift work and health – how to proceed?
Härmä M, Kecklund G
 
Review 2010;36(2):121-133   pdf
Shift work, sleep, and sleepiness - differences between shift schedules and systems
Sallinen M, Kecklund G
 
Original article 1991;17(5):330-336   pdf
Spectral analysis of sleep electroencephalography in rotating three-shift work.
Akerstedt T, Kecklund G, Knutsson A
 
Original article 2008;34(2):142-150   pdf
Driver impairment at night and its relation to physiological sleepiness
Anund A, Kecklund G, Peters B, Forsman Å, Lowden A, Åkerstedt T
 
Original article 2007;33(3):215-222   pdf
Prediction of cardiocerebrovascular and other significant disease from disturbed sleep and work strain
Leineweber C, Kecklund G, Orth-Gomér K
 
Original article 2006;32(5):349-358   pdf
Impact of an 84-hour workweek on biomarkers for stress, metabolic processes and diurnal rhythm
Persson R, Ørbæk P, Kecklund G, Åkerstedt T
 
Original article 2006;32(4):318-327   pdf
Overtime work and its effects on sleep, sleepiness, cortisol and blood pressure in an experimental field study
Dahlgren A, Kecklund G, Åkerstedt T
 
Editorial 2005;31(5):325-327   pdf
Long workhours are a safety risk—causes and practical legislative implications
Kecklund G
 
Original article 2005;31(4):277-285   pdf
Different levels of work-related stress and the effects on sleep, fatigue and cortisol
Dahlgren A, Kecklund G, Åkerstedt T
 
Original article 2003;29(4):261-269   pdf
Effects of the implementation of an 84-hour workweek on neurobehavioral test performance and cortisol responsiveness during testing
Persson R, Ørbæk P, Ursin H, Kecklund G, Österberg K, Åkerstedt T
 
Original article 1998;24 suppl 3:69-75   pdf
Change from an 8-hour shift to a 12-hour shift, attitudes, sleep, sleepiness and performance
Lowden A, Kecklund G, Axelsson J, Åkerstedt T
 
Original article 1998;24 suppl 3:62-68   pdf
Effects of alternating 8- and 12-hour shifts on sleep, sleepiness, physical effort and performance
Axelsson J, Kecklund G, Åkerstedt T, Lowden A