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    1. Kilfedder, CJ; Power, KG; Wells, TJ
      Burnout in psychiatric nursing

      JOURNAL OF ADVANCED NURSING
    2. Blagrove, M; Akehurst, L
      Personality and the modulation of effects of sleep loss on mood and cognition

      PERSONALITY AND INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES
    3. Johnson, MD; Sharit, J
      Impact of a change from an 8-h to a 12-h shift schedule on workers and occupational injury rates

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL ERGONOMICS
    4. Frey, R; Klosch, G; Reinfried, L; Decker, K; Saletu, B; Laggner, AN
      Physicians' tiredness and perception of stress after a 16-hour working period at the emergency department

      WIENER KLINISCHE WOCHENSCHRIFT
    5. Fletcher, A; Dawson, D
      A quantitative model of work-related fatigue: empirical evaluations

      ERGONOMICS
    6. Dawson, D; Fletcher, A
      A quantitative model of work-related fatigue: background and definition

      ERGONOMICS
    7. Bohle, P; Tilley, AJ; Brown, S
      Psychometric evaluation of the Early/Late Preferences Scale

      ERGONOMICS
    8. Bonnefond, A; Muzet, A; Winter-Dill, AS; Bailloeuil, C; Bitouze, F; Bonneau, A
      Innovative working schedule: introducing one short nap during the night shift

      ERGONOMICS
    9. Steele, MT; Ma, OJ; Watson, WA; Thomas, HA
      Emergency medicine residents' shiftwork tolerance and preference

      ACADEMIC EMERGENCY MEDICINE
    10. Rotenberg, L; Moreno, C; Portela, LF; Benedito-Silva, AA; Menna-Barreto, L
      The amount of diurnal sleep, and complaints of fatigue and poor sleep, in night-working women: The effects of having children

      BIOLOGICAL RHYTHM RESEARCH
    11. Monk, TH
      What can the chronobiologist do to help the shift worker?

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL RHYTHMS
    12. Ferrara, M; De Gennaro, L
      The sleep inertia phenomenon during the sleep-wake transition: Theoreticaland operational issues

      AVIATION SPACE AND ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE
    13. Cruz, C; Della Rocco, P; Hackworth, C
      Effects of quick rotating shift schedules on the health and adjustment of air traffic controllers

      AVIATION SPACE AND ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE
    14. Mitchell, RJ; Williamson, AM
      Evaluation of an 8 hour versus a 12 hour shift roster on employees at a power station

      APPLIED ERGONOMICS
    15. Piko, B
      Work-related stress among nurses: a challenge for health care institutions

      JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY FOR THE PROMOTION OF HEALTH
    16. Marquie, JC; Foret, J
      Sleep, age, and shiftwork experience

      JOURNAL OF SLEEP RESEARCH
    17. van Amelsvoort, LGMP; Schouten, EG; Kok, FJ
      Duration of shiftwork related to body mass index and waist to hip ratio

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF OBESITY
    18. Benhaberou-Brun, D; Lambert, C; Dumont, M
      Association between melatonin secretion and daytime sleep complaints in night nurses

      SLEEP
    19. Reid, K; Dawson, D
      Correlation between wrist activity monitor and electrophysiological measures of sleep in a simulated shiftwork environment for younger and older subjects.

      SLEEP
    20. Gevins, A; Smith, ME
      Detecting transient cognitive impairment with EEG pattern recognition methods

      AVIATION SPACE AND ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE
    21. Butat, C; Cosset, M; Barrit, J; Brugere, D; Volkoff, S
      Sleep disorders: Combined effects of age, gender, shiftwork and working conditions (a quantitative analysis)

      TRAVAIL HUMAIN
    22. Fathallah, FA; Brogmus, GE
      Hourly trends in workers' compensation claims

      ERGONOMICS
    23. TUNTISERANEE P; OLSEN J; GEATER A; KORANANTAKUL O
      ARE LONG WORKING HOURS AND SHIFTWORK RISK-FACTORS FOR SUBFECUNDITY - A STUDY AMONG COUPLES FROM SOUTHERN THAILAND

      Occupational and environmental medicine
    24. KUHN WF; WELLMAN A
      THE USE OF MELATONIN AS A POTENTIAL TREATMENT FOR SHIFTWORK SLEEP DISORDER

      Academic emergency medicine
    25. Jeppesen, HJ; Boggild, H
      Management of health and safety in the organization of worktime at the local level

      SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF WORK ENVIRONMENT & HEALTH
    26. Andorre-Gruet, V; Queinnec, Y; Concordet, D
      Three-process model of supervisory activity over 24 hours

      SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF WORK ENVIRONMENT & HEALTH
    27. BARNES R; FORBES MJ; ARENDT J
      SHIFT TYPE AND SEASON AFFECT ADAPTATION OF THE 6-SULPHATOXYMELATONIN RHYTHM IN OFFSHORE OIL RIG WORKERS

      Neuroscience letters
    28. BARNES RG; DEACON SJ; FORBES MJ; ARENDT J
      ADAPTATION OF THE 6-SULPHATOXYMELATONIN RHYTHM IN SHIFTWORKERS ON OFFSHORE OIL INSTALLATIONS DURING A 2-WEEK 12-H NIGHT-SHIFT

      Neuroscience letters
    29. ANDORRE V; QUEINNEC Y
      CHANGES IN SUPERVISORY ACTIVITY OF A CONTINUOUS PROCESS DURING NIGHT AND DAY SHIFTS

      International journal of industrial ergonomics
    30. DIMILIA L
      A LONGITUDINAL-STUDY OF THE COMPRESSED WORKWEEK - COMPARING SLEEP ON A WEEKLY ROTATING 8 H SYSTEM TO A FASTER ROTATING 12 H SYSTEM

      International journal of industrial ergonomics
    31. FISCHER FM; PARAGUAY AIBB; BRUNI AD; MORENO CRD; BERWERTH A; RIVIELLO C; VIANNA MML
      WORKING-CONDITIONS, WORK ORGANIZATION AND CONSEQUENCES FOR HEALTH OF BRAZILIAN PETROCHEMICAL WORKERS

      International journal of industrial ergonomics
    32. GARTNER J; WAHL S
      DESIGN TOOLS FOR SHIFT SCHEDULES - EMPOWERING ASSISTANCE FOR SKILLED DESIGNERS AND GROUPS

      International journal of industrial ergonomics
    33. KALITERNA L; PRIZMIC Z
      EVALUATION OF THE SURVEY OF SHIFTWORKERS (SOS) SHORT VERSION OF THE STANDARD SHIFTWORK INDEX

      International journal of industrial ergonomics
    34. OGNIANOVA VM; DALBOKOVA DL; STANCHEV V
      STRESS STATES, ALERTNESS AND INDIVIDUAL-DIFFERENCES UNDER 12-HOUR SHIFTWORK

      International journal of industrial ergonomics
    35. PALEY MJ; PRICE JM; TEPAS DI
      THE IMPACT OF A CHANGE IN ROTATING SHIFT SCHEDULES - A COMPARISON OF THE EFFECTS OF 8, 10 AND 14 H WORK SHIFTS

      International journal of industrial ergonomics
    36. SMITH L; HAMMOND T; MACDONALD I; FOLKARD S
      12-H SHIFTS ARE POPULAR BUT ARE THEY A SOLUTION

      International journal of industrial ergonomics
    37. BOBKO N; KARPENKO A; GERASIMOV A; CHERNYUK V
      THE MENTAL PERFORMANCE OF SHIFTWORKERS IN NUCLEAR AND HEAT POWER-PLANTS OF UKRAINE

      International journal of industrial ergonomics
    38. PORCU S; BELLATRECCIA A; FERRARA M; CASAGRANDE M
      SLEEPINESS, ALERTNESS AND PERFORMANCE DURING A LABORATORY SIMULATION OF AN ACUTE SHIFT OF THE WAKE-SLEEP CYCLE

      Ergonomics
    39. HENNIG J; KIEFERDORF P; MORITZ C; HUWE S; NETTER P
      CHANGES IN CORTISOL SECRETION DURING SHIFTWORK - IMPLICATIONS FOR TOLERANCE TO SHIFTWORK

      Ergonomics
    40. JAMAL M; BABA VV
      SHIFTWORK, BURNOUT, AND WELL-BEING - A STUDY OF CANADIAN NURSES

      International journal of stress management
    41. SMITHCOGGINS R; ROSEKIND MR; BUCCINO KR; DINGES DF; MOSER RP
      ROTATING SHIFTWORK SCHEDULES - CAN WE ENHANCE PHYSICIAN ADAPTATION TONIGHT SHIFTS

      Academic emergency medicine
    42. COSTA G
      THE PROBLEM - SHIFTWORK

      Chronobiology international
    43. ASHKENAZI IE; REINBERG AE; MOTOHASHI Y
      INTERINDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES IN THE FLEXIBILITY OF HUMAN TEMPORAL ORGANIZATION - PERTINENCE TO JET-LAG AND SHIFTWORK

      Chronobiology international
    44. STONE BM; TURNER C
      PROMOTING SLEEP IN SHIFTWORKERS AND INTERCONTINENTAL TRAVELERS

      Chronobiology international
    45. AKERSTEDT T; FICCA G
      ALERTNESS-ENHANCING DRUGS AS A COUNTERMEASURE TO FATIGUE IN IRREGULARWORK HOURS

      Chronobiology international
    46. KNAUTH P
      CHANGING SCHEDULES - SHIFTWORK

      Chronobiology international
    47. REDLIN U; MROSOVSKY N
      EXERCISE AND HUMAN CIRCADIAN-RHYTHMS - WHAT WE KNOW AND WHAT WE NEED TO KNOW

      Chronobiology international
    48. FISCHER FM; BRUNI AD; BERWERTH A; MORENO CRD; FERNANDEZ RD; RIVIELLO C
      DO WEEKLY AND FAST-ROTATING SHIFTWORK SCHEDULES DIFFERENTIALLY AFFECTDURATION AND QUALITY OF SLEEP

      International archives of occupational and environmental health
    49. BOHLE P
      DOES HARDINESS PREDICT ADAPTATION TO SHIFTWORK

      Work and stress
    50. DUCHON JC; SMITH TJ; KERAN CM; KOEHLER EJ
      PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL MANIFESTATIONS OF PERFORMANCE DURING WORK ON EXTENDED WORKSHIFTS

      International journal of industrial ergonomics
    51. QUERASALVA MA; GUILLEMINAULT C; CLAUSTRAT B; DEFRANCE R; GAJDOS P; MCCANN CC; DELATTRE J
      RAPID SHIFT IN PEAK MELATONIN SECRETION ASSOCIATED WITH IMPROVED PERFORMANCE IN SHORT SHIFT WORK SCHEDULE

      Sleep
    52. KAPUR N; HOUSE A
      JOB-SATISFACTION AND PSYCHOLOGICAL MORBIDITY IN MEDICAL HOUSE OFFICERS

      Journal of the Royal College of Physicians of London
    53. FOLKARD S
      BLACK TIMES - TEMPORAL DETERMINANTS OF TRANSPORT SAFETY

      Accident analysis and prevention
    54. ROTENBERG L; MORENO C; BENEDITOSILVA AA; MENNABARRETO L; FISCHER FM
      SLEEPING ON THE JOB DURING NIGHT SHIFTS MAY BE ASSOCIATED WITH EXTENDED NIGHT SHIFTS AND OR VARIABLE NIGHT-SHIFT ONSET TIMES/

      Biological rhythm research
    55. GLAZNER LK
      FACTORS RELATED TO INJURY OF SHIFTWORKING FIRE FIGHTERS IN THE NORTHEASTERN UNITED-STATES

      Safety science
    56. NOVAK RD; AUVILNOVAK SE
      FOCUS GROUP EVALUATION OF NIGHT NURSE SHIFTWORK DIFFICULTIES AND COPING STRATEGIES

      Chronobiology international
    57. MINORS D; WATERHOUSE J; FOLKARD S; ATKINSON G
      THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ACTIVITY WHEN IN BED AND OUT OF BED .3. NURSESON NIGHT WORK

      Chronobiology international
    58. SPIEGEL K; WEIBEL L; GRONFIER C; BRANDERBERGER G; FOLLENIUS M
      24-HOUR PROLACTIN PROFILES IN NIGHT WORKERS

      Chronobiology international
    59. FLORIDAJAMES G; WALLYMAHMED A; REILLY T
      EFFECTS OF NOCTURNAL SHIFTWORK ON MOOD STATES OF STUDENT NURSES

      Chronobiology international
    60. STEENLAND K; FINE L
      SHIFT WORK, SHIFT CHANGE, AND RISK OF DEATH FROM HEART-DISEASE AT WORK

      American journal of industrial medicine
    61. KIESSWETTER E; SEEBER A; BLASZKEWICZ M; SIETMANN B; VANGALA RR
      NEUROBEHAVIORAL EFFECTS OF SOLVENTS AND CIRCADIAN-RHYTHMS

      Neurotoxicology
    62. ANDORRE V; QUEINNEC Y
      SHIFT TAKEOVER IN A CONTROL ROOM - CHRONO PSYCHOLOGICAL APPROACH

      Travail humain
    63. KOGI K
      IMPROVING SHIFT WORKERS HEALTH AND TOLERANCE TO SHIFTWORK - RECENT ADVANCES

      Applied Ergonomics
    64. COSTA G
      THE IMPACT OF SHIFT AND NIGHT WORK ON HEALTH

      Applied Ergonomics
    65. MONK TH; FOLKARD S; WEDDERBURN AI
      MAINTAINING SAFETY AND HIGH-PERFORMANCE ON SHIFTWORK

      Applied Ergonomics
    66. KNAUTH P
      DESIGNING BETTER SHIFT SYSTEMS

      Applied Ergonomics
    67. EKSTRAND K; BOSTROM PA; ARBORELIUS M; NILSSON JA; LINDELL SE
      CARDIOVASCULAR RISK-FACTORS IN COMMERCIAL FLIGHT AIRCREW OFFICERS COMPARED WITH THOSE IN THE GENERAL-POPULATION

      Angiology
    68. KJAERHEIM K; MYKLETUN R; AASLAND OG; HALDORSEN T; ANDERSEN A
      HEAVY DRINKING IN THE RESTAURANT BUSINESS - THE ROLE OF SOCIAL MODELING AND STRUCTURAL FACTORS OF THE WORKPLACE

      Addiction
    69. DINGES DF
      AN OVERVIEW OF SLEEPINESS AND ACCIDENTS

      Journal of sleep research
    70. AKERSTEDT T
      WORK HOURS, SLEEPINESS AND THE UNDERLYING MECHANISMS

      Journal of sleep research
    71. MUZET A; NICOLAS A; TASSI P; DEWASMES G; BONNEAU A
      IMPLEMENTATION OF NAPPING IN INDUSTRY AND THE PROBLEM OF SLEEP INERTIA

      Journal of sleep research
    72. WALSH JK; MUEHLBACH MJ; SCHWEITZER PK
      HYPNOTICS AND CAFFEINE AS COUNTERMEASURES FOR SHIFTWORK-RELATED SLEEPINESS AND SLEEP DISTURBANCE

      Journal of sleep research
    73. JAMAL M; BADAWI JA
      NONSTANDARD WORK SCHEDULES AND WORK AND NONWORK EXPERIENCES OF MUSLIMIMMIGRANTS - A STUDY OF A MINORITY IN THE MAJORITY

      Journal of social behavior and personality
    74. STEWART KT; HAYES BC; EASTMAN CI
      LIGHT TREATMENT FOR NASA SHIFTWORKERS

      Chronobiology international
    75. BUDNICK LD; LERMAN SE; NICOLICH MJ
      AN EVALUATION OF SCHEDULED BRIGHT LIGHT AND DARKNESS ON ROTATING SHIFTWORKERS - TRIAL AND LIMITATIONS

      American journal of industrial medicine
    76. HORNBERGER S; KNAUTH P
      EFFECTS OF VARIOUS TYPES OF CHANGE IN SHIFT SCHEDULES - A CONTROLLED LONGITUDINAL-STUDY

      Work and stress
    77. KALITERNA L; VIDACEK S; PRIZMIC Z; RADOSEVICVIDACEK B
      IS TOLERANCE TO SHIFTWORK PREDICTABLE FROM INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCE MEASURES

      Work and stress
    78. SPELTEN E; TOTTERDELL P; BARTON J; FOLKARD S
      EFFECTS OF AGE AND DOMESTIC COMMITMENT ON THE SLEEP AND ALERTNESS OF FEMALE SHIFTWORKERS

      Work and stress
    79. TOTTERDELL P; SPELTEN E; BARTON J; SMITH L; FOLKARD S
      ON-SHIFT AND DAILY VARIATIONS IN SELF-REPORT AND PERFORMANCE-MEASURESIN ROTATING-SHIFT AND PERMANENT NIGHT NURSES

      Work and stress
    80. WEDDERBURN AAI
      MEN AND WOMEN WHO LIKE CONTINUOUS SHIFTWORK ARE MORE HARDY - BUT WHATDOES IT MEAN

      Work and stress
    81. KOGI K
      INCREASING FLEXIBILITY IN SHIFTWORK ARRANGEMENTS

      Work and stress
    82. SMITH L; SPELTEN E; NORMAN P
      SHIFTWORK LOCUS OF CONTROL - SCALE DEVELOPMENT

      Work and stress
    83. SMITH L; TOTTERDELL P; FOLKARD S
      SHIFTWORK EFFECTS IN NUCLEAR-POWER WORKERS - A FIELD-STUDY USING PORTABLE COMPUTERS

      Work and stress
    84. ISKRAGOLEC I; MAREK T; NOWOROL C
      INTERACTIVE EFFECT OF INDIVIDUAL FACTORS ON NURSES HEALTH AND SLEEP

      Work and stress
    85. GREENWOOD KM; RICH WJ; JAMES JE
      SLEEP HYGIENE PRACTICES AND SLEEP DURATION IN ROTATING-SHIFT SHIFTWORKERS

      Work and stress
    86. RADOSEVICVIDACEK B; VIDACEK S; KALITERNA L; PRIZMIC Z
      SLEEP AND NAPPING IN YOUNG SHIFTWORKERS - A 5-YEAR FOLLOW-UP

      Work and stress
    87. COSTA G; SCHALLENBERG G; FERRACIN A; GAFFURI E
      PSYCHOPHYSICAL CONDITIONS OF AIR-TRAFFIC-CONTROLLERS EVALUATED BY THESTANDARD SHIFTWORK INDEX

      Work and stress
    88. BEERMANN B; NACHREINER F
      WORKING SHIFTS - DIFFERENT EFFECTS FOR WOMEN AND MEN

      Work and stress
    89. KOGI K; DIMARTINO VG
      TRENDS IN THE PARTICIPATORY PROCESS OF CHANGING SHIFTWORK ARRANGEMENTS

      Work and stress
    90. BOUGRINE S; MOLLARD R; IGNAZI G; COBLENTZ A
      APPROPRIATE USE OF BRIGHT LIGHT PROMOTES A DURABLE ADAPTATION TO NIGHT-SHIFTS AND ACCELERATES READJUSTMENT DURING RECOVERY AFTER A PERIOD OF NIGHT-SHIFTS

      Work and stress
    91. PRIZMIC Z; VIDACEK S; RADOSEVICVIDACEK B; KALITERNA L; CABRAJECGRBAC S; LALIC V; FORNAZARKNEZEVIC B
      SHIFTWORK TOLERANCE AND 24-H VARIATIONS IN MOODS

      Work and stress
    92. VIDACEK S; PRIZMIC Z; KALITERNA L; RADOSEVICVIDACEK B; CABRAJECGRBAC S; FORNAZARKNEZEVIC B; LALIC V
      SHIFTWORK TOLERANCE AND CIRCADIAN-RHYTHMS IN ORAL-TEMPERATURE AND HEART-RATE

      Work and stress
    93. VANLIMBORGH C
      COMPENSATION FOR INCONVENIENCE - THE UTILITY OF SHIFT SYSTEMS

      Work and stress
    94. KIESSWETTER E; SEEBER A
      MODIFICATION OF SHIFTWORK EFFECTS BY CHEMICAL WORKPLACE EXPOSURE

      Work and stress
    95. BROWN DF; DIMILIA L
      USE OF ROBUST ESTIMATORS OF MISSING DATA IN EVALUATING SHIFTWORK PERFORMANCE

      Work and stress
    96. BARTON J; SPELTEN E; TOTTERDELL P; SMITH L; FOLKARD S; COSTA G
      THE STANDARD SHIFTWORK INDEX - A BATTERY OF QUESTIONNAIRES FOR ASSESSING SHIFTWORK-RELATED PROBLEMS

      Work and stress
    97. FOLKARD S; SPELTEN E; TOTTERDELL P; BARTON J; SMITH L
      THE USE OF SURVEY MEASURES TO ASSESS CIRCADIAN VARIATIONS IN ALERTNESS

      Sleep
    98. GREENWOOD KM
      AN EVALUATION OF THE CIRCADIAN TYPE QUESTIONNAIRE

      Ergonomics
    99. COSTA G; GHIRLANDA G; TARONDI G; MINORS D; WATERHOUSE J
      EVALUATION OF A RAPIDLY ROTATING SHIFT SYSTEM FOR TOLERANCE OF NURSESTO NIGHTWORK

      International archives of occupational and environmental health
    100. TASSI P; NICOLAS A; MUZET A
      SHIFTWORK AND NOCTURNAL SLEEP MANAGEMENT - ANALYSIS OF THE MAIN DETERMINANTS

      Travail humain


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