Key term: computer

Article SJWEH Suppl 2007; (3):68-75   pdf
Impact of time pressure and pauses on physiological responses to standardized computer mouse use—a review of three papers focusing on mechanisms behind computer-related disorders
Crenshaw AG, Lyskov E, Heiden M, Flodgren G, Hellström F
 
Article SJWEH Suppl 2007; (3):33-41   pdf
Computer use, neck and upper-extremity symptoms, eyestrain and headache among female and male upper secondary school students
Palm P, Hansson Risberg E, Mortimer M, Palmerud G, Toomingas A, Wigaeus Tornqvist E
 
Article SJWEH Suppl 2007; (3):26-32   pdf
Children and gender—differences in exposure and how anthropometric differences can be incorporated into the design of computer input devices
Johnson PW, Blackstone JM
 
Article SJWEH Suppl 2007; (3):10-16   pdf
Healthy and efficient work with computers and information and communications technology—are there limits?
Carayon P
 
Article SJWEH Suppl 2007; (3):7-9   pdf
From work with display units in 1986 to work with computing systems in 2007
Knave B
 
Letters to the editor 2002;28(5):359-360   pdf
Authors’ reply
Verbeek J, van Dijk F, Malmivaara A, Hulshof C, Räsänen K, Kankaanpää E, Mukala K
 
Letters to the editor 2002;28(5):358-359   pdf
Evidence in occupational medicine
Larsen AI, Jepsen JR
 
Clinical question 2002;28(3):197-204   pdf
Evidence-based medicine for occupational health
Verbeek JH, van Dijk FJ, Malmivaara A, Hulshof CT, Räsänen K, Kankaanpää EE, Mukala K
 
Clinical report 1997;23 suppl 3:97-103   pdf
Technological stress: psychophysiological aspects of working with modern information technology
Arnetz BB