Journal of Ergonomics

Journal of Ergonomics
Open Access

ISSN: 2165-7556

Journal of Ergonomics : Citations & Metrics Report

Articles published in Journal of Ergonomics have been cited by esteemed scholars and scientists all around the world. Journal of Ergonomics has got h-index 52, which means every article in Journal of Ergonomics has got 52 average citations.

Following are the list of articles that have cited the articles published in Journal of Ergonomics.

  2021 2020 2019 2018 2017 2016

Year wise published articles

62 23 18 26 54 60

Year wise citations received

1281 1189 1143 1039 847 771
Journal total citations count 11650
Journal impact factor 2.93
Journal 5 years impact factor 2.78
Journal cite score 3.67
Journal h-index 52
Journal h-index since 2017 36
Important citations

hahnel km. an analysis of performance claims in athleisure.

hooper dr, cook bm, comstock ba, szivak tk, flanagan sd, looney dp et al. synthetic garments enhance comfort, thermoregulatory response, and athletic performance compared with traditional cotton garments. the j stren & cond res. 2015;29(3):700-707.

davis jk, laurent cm, allen ke, zhang y, stolworthy ni, welch tr et al. influence of clothing on thermoregulation and comfort during exercise in the heat.the j stren & cond res. 2017;31(12):3435-3443.

gill s, prendergast j. garment fit and consumer perception of sportswear. materials and tech sportsw & perf appar. 2015:245-2460.

abdallah sj, krug r, jensen d. does wearing clothing made of a synthetic “cooling” fabric improve indoor cycle exercise endurance in trained athletes?. phys report. 2015;3(8):e12505.

kanelli m, vasilakos s, ladas s, symianakis e, christakopoulos p, topakas e. surface modification of polyamide 6.6 fibers by enzymatic hydrolysis. proc biochem. 2017;59:97-103.

lucas ra, epstein y, kjellstrom t. excessive occupational heat exposure: a significant ergonomic challenge and health risk for current and future workers. ext phys & med. 2014;3(1):14.

vaulerin j. approche psycho-physiologique de la blessure chez les sapeurs-pompiers.

colburn d, russo l, burkard r, hostler d. firefighter protective clothing and self contained breathing apparatus does not alter balance testing using a standard sensory organization test or motor control test in healthy, rested individuals. appl ergo. 2019;80:187-92.

angelini mj. obstacle crossing behaviors in firefighters: effects of personal protective equipment and firefighter activity.

kesler rm, bradley ff, deetjen gs, angelini mj, petrucci mn, rosengren ks et al. impact of scba size and fatigue from different firefighting work cycles on firefighter gait. ergon. 2018;61(9):1208-15.

derella cc, aichele kr, oakman je, cromwell cm, hill ja, chavis ln et al. heart rate and blood pressure responses to gear weight under a controlled workloada. j occup & env med. 2017;59(4):e20-23.

angelini mj, kesler rm, petrucci mn, rosengren ks, horn gp, hsiao-wecksler et. effects of simulated firefighting and asymmetric load carriage on firefighter obstacle crossing performance. appl ergon. 2018;70:59-67.

kadir la. effects of xenobiotics on the health of e-waste workers in agbogbloshie, accra, ghana .

games ke, csiernik aj, winkelmann zk, true jr, eberman le. personal protective ensembles’ effect on dynamic balance in firefighters. work. 2019;62(3):507-514.

hur p, pan yt, debuys c. free energy principle in human postural control system: skin stretch feedback reduces the entropy. scientific reports. 2019;9(1):1-1.

rogers sm, winkelmann zk, ebermann le, games ke. triple hop for distance as a predictor of lower extremity performance in firefighter equipment. int j exer sci. 2019;12(6):515.

lesniak ay. the effect of personal protective equipment on firefighter occupational performance.

brown mn, char rm, henry so, tanigawa j, yasui s. the effect of firefighter personal protective equipment on static and dynamic balance. ergon. 2019:1-9.

mota ja, barnette tj, gerstner gr, giuliani hk, tweedell aj, kleinberg cr et al. relationships between neuromuscular function and functional balance performance in firefighters. sci repo. 2018;8(1):15328.

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