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Interactions of biomechanics and psychosocial stressors in relation to development of msds in the modern office: the 'proof'study protocol

@inproceedings{Eijckelhof2010InteractionsOB,
  title={Interactions of biomechanics and psychosocial stressors in relation to development of msds in the modern office: the 'proof'study protocol},
  author={Belinda H.W. Eijckelhof and Huysmans and Birgitte M. Blatter and Jeannette Bruno and Jonathan P. van Beek and Jaap H. van Die{\"e}n and Jack Tigh Dennerlein},
  year={2010}
}
Developing a framework for assessing muscle effort and postures during computer work in the field: the effect of computer activities on neck/shoulder muscle effort and postures.
TLDR
Investigation of whether trapezius muscle effort was different across computer activities in a field study of computer workers found that keyboard activities were associated with the highest intensity of left and right trapezia muscle efforts, and mouse activities wereassociated with the smallest variability.