Modern Day Ergonomics Brochure References - Wellness Media
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Gold, J. E., Driban, J. B., Yingling, V. R., & Komaroff, E. (2012). Characterization of posture and comfort in laptop users in non-desk settings.Applied ergonomics43(2), 392-399.

Marcus, M., Gerr, F., Monteilh, C., Ortiz, D. J., Gentry, E., Cohen, S., ... & Kleinbaum, D. (2002). A prospective study of computer users: II. Postural risk factors for musculoskeletal symptoms and disorders. American journal of industrial medicine41(4), 236-249.

Stanford University (2013).  Ergonomics Guidance for Mobile Devices.  Retrieved November 8th, 2013 from

Straker, L., Pollock, C., & Burgess-Limerick, R. (2006). Towards evidence-based guidelines for wise use of computers by children. International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics36(12), 1045-1053.

Straker, L., Pollock, C., & Maslen, B. (2009). Principles for the wise use of computers by children. Ergonomics52(11), 1386-1401.

Straker, L., Maslen, B., Burgess-Limerick, R., Johnson, P., & Dennerlein, J. (2010). Evidence-based guidelines for the wise use of computers by children: Physical development guidelines. Ergonomics53(4), 458-477.

Szeto, G. P., & Lee, R. (2002). An ergonomic evaluation comparing desktop, notebook, and subnotebook computers. Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation83(4), 527-532.

University of Michigan (2010). Texting and Smart Phone Ergonomics. Retrieved November 8th, 2013, from

Wyatt, P., Todd, K., & Verbick, T. (2006, November). Oh, my aching laptop: expanding the boundaries of campus computing ergonomics. In Proceedings of the 34th annual ACM SIGUCCS fall conference (pp. 431-439). ACM.