Jörgen Winkel
Jörgen Winkel
Professor emeritus, Department of Sociology and Work Science, University of Gothenburg and
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Systematic evaluation of observational methods assessing biomechanical exposures at work
EP Takala, I Pehkonen, M Forsman, GÅ Hansson, SE Mathiassen, ...
Scandinavian journal of work, environment & health, 3-24, 2010
Assessment of physical work load in epidemiologic studies: concepts, issues and operational considerations
J Winkel, SE Mathiassen
Ergonomics 37 (6), 979-988, 1994
Normalization of surface EMG amplitude from the upper trapezius muscle in ergonomic studies—a review
SE Mathiassen, J Winkel, GM Hägg
Journal of electromyography and kinesiology 5 (4), 197-226, 1995
Ergonomic intervention research for improved musculoskeletal health: A critical review
RH Westgaard, J Winkel
International journal of industrial ergonomics 20 (6), 463-500, 1997
Occupational musculoskeletal and mental health: Significance of rationalization and opportunities to create sustainable production systems–A systematic review
RH Westgaard, J Winkel
Applied ergonomics 42 (2), 261-296, 2011
Validity of self-reported exposures to work postures and manual materials handling
C Wiktorin, L Karlqvist, J Winkel, SMI study group:
Scand J Work Environ Health 19 (3), 208, 1993
Validity of self-reported exposures to work postures and manual materials handling
C Wiktorin, L Karlqvist, J Winkel, SMIS Group
Scandinavian journal of work, environment & health, 208-214, 1993
Occupational and individual risk factors for shoulder-neck complaints: Part II—The scientific basis (literature review) for the guide
J Winkel, R Westgaard
International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics 10 (1-2), 85-104, 1992
Incidence of shoulder and neck pain in a working population: effect modification between mechanical and psychosocial exposures at work? Results from a one year follow up of the …
PO Östergren, BS Hanson, I Balogh, J Ektor-Andersen, A Isacsson, ...
Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health 59 (9), 721-728, 2005
Questionnarie versus direct technical measurements in assessing postures and movements of the head, upper back, arms and hands
GÅ Hansson, I Balogh, JU Byström, K Ohlsson, C Nordander, P Asterland, ...
Scandinavian journal of work, environment & health, 30-40, 2001
Quantifying variation in physical load using exposure-vs-time data
Ergonomics 34 (12), 1455-1468, 1991
Guidelines for occupational musculoskeletal load as a basis for intervention: a critical review
RH Westgaard, J Winkel
Applied ergonomics 27 (2), 79-88, 1996
A portable ergonomic observation method (PEO) for computerized on-line recording of postures and manual handling
C Fransson-Hall, R Gloria, Å Kilbom, J Winkel, L Karlqvist, C Wiktorin, ...
Applied ergonomics 26 (2), 93-100, 1995
Hand strength: the influence of grip span and grip type
C Fransson, J WINKEL
Ergonomics 34 (7), 881-892, 1991
Self-assessed and directly measured occupational physical activities—influence of musculoskeletal complaints, age and gender
I Balogh, P Örbaek, K Ohlsson, C Nordander, J Unge, J Winkel, ...
Applied ergonomics 35 (1), 49-56, 2004
Significance of mat and shoe softness during prolonged work in upright position: based on measurements of low back muscle EMG, foot volume changes, discomfort and ground force …
L Hansen, J Winkel, K Jørgensen
Applied ergonomics 29 (3), 217-224, 1998
Physiological comparison of three interventions in light assembly work: reduced work pace, increased break allowance and shortened working days
SE Mathiassen, J Winkel
International archives of occupational and environmental health 68, 94-108, 1996
Time—a key issue for musculoskeletal health and manufacturing
R Wells, SE Mathiassen, L Medbo, J Winkel
Applied ergonomics 38 (6), 733-744, 2007
A case study evaluating the ergonomic and productivity impacts of partial automation strategies in the electronics industry
WP Neumann, S Kihlberg, P Medbo, SE Mathiassen, J Winkel
International journal of production research 40 (16), 4059-4075, 2002
Evaluation of foot swelling and lower-limb temperatures in relation to leg activity during long-term seated office work
Ergonomics 29 (2), 313-328, 1986
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