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authors Sauter, Stevel L., Gottlieb, Mark S. and Jones, Karen C. (et al)
year 1983
title Job and Health Implications of VDT Use : Initial Results of the Wisconsin-NIOSH Study
source Communications of the ACM April, 1983. vol. 26: pp.284-294 : tables. includes bibliography.
summary Magnitudes and correlates of stress were investigated among 248 office workplace VDT users and 85 nonuser counterpart using field survey and objective physical measurement technique. Other than a tenuous indication of increased eyestrain and reduced psychological disturbances among users, the two groups were largely undifferentiated on job- attitudinal, affective, and somatic manifestations of stress. However, aspects of working conditions were judged less favorable by VDT users. Stress mechanisms were much the same for both groups, involving psychosocial as well as physical environmental job attributes
keywords For VDT users, the chair and workstation configuration were particularly important predictors of musculo-skeletal disturbances, as were corrective eyewear use and ambient lighting for visuo-ocular
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