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Attitudes towards following meat, vegetarian and vegan diets: an examination of the role of ambivalence
Regression analyses showed that, as predicted by the Theory of Planned Behaviour, attitudes, subjective norm and perceived behavioural control were significant predictors of intention to follow each diet (apart from the vegetarian diet, where subjective norm was non-significant).
Patterns of fatigue among seafarers during a tour of duty.
- E. Wadsworth, P. Allen, B. Wellens, R. McNamara, Andrew P. Smith
- MedicineAmerican journal of industrial medicine
- 1 October 2006
Day to day changes in fatigue are measurable, and may vary among particular sub-groups of seafarers, and could help identify times and activities associated with the greatest risk among larger groups.
Fatigue in British fishermen.
A survey was conducted to establish the extent of fatigue in British fishermen and the results cannot be considered representative of the British fishing population, but the fact that 60% believed their personal safety had been at risk because of fatigue at work suggests a problem that requires further investigation.
It's not all plain sailing. Port turn-arounds and seafarers' fatigue: A case study
Combined effects of occupational health hazards
There has been previous research on a large number of workplace hazards. There are two types: these are generally considered as ‘white-collar’ stressors (i.e. those arising from the psychosocial…
Combined workplace stressors and their relationship with mood, physiology, and performance
Abstract The majority of working individuals are exposed to low levels of a large number of potential stressors. Although each is unlikely to be particularly detrimental in itself, such stressors may…
The combined effects of occupational factors on subjective reports of health
The present paper reports results from a secondary analysis of data from the Bristol Stress and Health at Work Study. In the first, analysis combinations of factors reflecting the physical…
The combined effects of occupational factors on objective measures of performance and health
Examination of the effects of combinations of occupational factors on objective measures of performance and health showed that accident rates were greater when combinations of noise and nightwork were present than when the factors were considered in isolation.
Collisions and collision risk awareness at sea: Data from a variety of seafarers