Author: Kecklund G

Discussion paper [online first; 8 September 2020]   pdf
How to schedule night shift work in order to reduce health and safety risks
Garde AH, Begtrup L, Bjorvatn B, Bonde JP, Hansen J, Hansen ÅM, Härmä M, Jensen MA, Kecklund G, Kolstad HA, Larsen AD, Lie JA, Moreno CRC, Nabe-Nielsen K, Sallinen M
 
Original article 2020;46(5):469-479   pdf full text
The mediating effect of work-life interference on the relationship between work-time control and depressive and musculoskeletal symptoms
Albrecht SC, Kecklund G, Leineweber C
 
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
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