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Volume 52, Number 1, January 2009

Festschrift for Dr Don B. Chaffin
pp. 1-2(2)
Authors: Armstrong, Tom; Radwin, Rob; Marras, Bill

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Prolonged mechanical and physiological changes in the upper extremity following short-term simulated power hand tool use
pp. 15-24(10)
Authors: Chourasia, Amrish; Sesto, Mary; Block, Walter; Radwin, Robert

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Spine loading at different lumbar levels during pushing and pulling
pp. 60-70(11)
Authors: Knapik, Gregory; Marras, William

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Does the asymmetry multiplier in the 1991 NIOSH lifting equation adequately control the biomechanical loading of the spine?
pp. 71-79(9)
Authors: Lavender, S. A.; Li, Y. C.; Natarajan, R. N.; Andersson, G. B. J.

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Evolving ergonomics?
pp. 80-86(7)
Author: McGill, Stuart

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Development of a decision support system for residential construction using panellised walls: Approach and preliminary results
pp. 87-103(17)
Authors: Nussbaum, Maury; Shewchuk, John; Kim, Sunwook; Seol, Hyang; Guo, Cheng

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The effects of split keyboard geometry on upper body postures
pp. 104-111(8)
Authors: Rempel, David; Nathan-Roberts, Dan; Chen, Bing Yune; Odell, Dan

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Comparison of required operating forces between floor-based and overhead-mounted patient lifting devices
pp. 112-120(9)
Authors: Rice, Martin; Woolley, Sandra; Waters, Thomas

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A comparison of two methods of measuring static coefficient of friction at low normal forces: a pilot study
pp. 121-135(15)
Authors: Seo, Na Jin; Armstrong, Thomas; Drinkaus, Philip

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