Workstyle and upper-extremity symptoms: a biobehavioral perspective.

@article{Nicholas2005WorkstyleAU,
  title={Workstyle and upper-extremity symptoms: a biobehavioral perspective.},
  author={Rena A. Nicholas and Michael Feuerstein and Sonia Suchday},
  journal={Journal of occupational and environmental medicine},
  year={2005},
  volume={47 4},
  pages={352-61}
}
OBJECTIVES Workstyle has been proposed to help explain the link between ergonomic and psychosocial factors in work-related upper-extremity symptoms/disorders. This study investigated ergonomic factors, work demands, job stress, and workstyle on pain and functional limitations in computer users. METHODS One hundred sixty-nine participants completed self… CONTINUE READING