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

kolbeinsson a, lindblom j, thorvald p. missing mediated interruptions in manual assembly: critical aspects of breakpoint selection. appl ergo. 2017;61:90-101.

brunckhorst b. design of hydraulic bottom-out control for mountain bike suspension.

naik ra, kumar a, venkatesh m. method development and validation of taurine and acetyl cysteine by using rp-hplc method. asian j res in phar sci. 2018.

rp sl.elvitegravir and its validation . research and reviews: j pharma analy.2015;36:40.

stannard r. performance and physiological effects of different descending strategies for cross-country mountain biking. ejss.2016

miller m, macdermid p. ergonomic strategies related to health and efficiency in mountain biking. j ergo. 2015;5:e139.

miller mc, macdermid pw, fink pw, stannard sr. performance and physiological effects of different descending strategies for cross-country mountain biking. europ j sport sci. 2017;17(3):279-85.

index bm, questionnaire nm, discomfort lp. shore leaks.

quantitative and qualitative evaluation of worker musculoskeletal disorders and their relationship with body mass index in a paper making industry in 1393. iranian journal of occupational health. 2016;13(5): 88-97.

wu pa, pereny m. quantitative investigation on dynamic comfort in automotive seats: a ride and drive study. int comf cong.2019

vanacore a, lanzotti a, percuoco c, capasso a, vitolo b. design and analysis of comparative experiments to assess the (dis-) comfort of aircraft seating. appl ergo. 2019;76:155-163.

vanacore a, lanzottia a. investigating subjective comfort with aircraft seat via ordinal regression.

lubis l, putri jc, ardisasmita mn. correlation between learning comfort and the risk of musculoskeletal disorder in anatomy laboratorium activity based on rula method. ijihs. 2019;7(1):17-25.

mastenbroek rs, kiese a. eurospec seat comfort–spread academic news in the railway world.

bouwens jm, schultheis uw, hiemstra‐van mastrigt s, vink p. expected versus experienced neck comfort. hum fac and ergo manuf & ser ind. 2018;28(1):29-37.

bouwens j, tsay wj, vink p. the high and low comfort peaks in passengers’ flight. work. 2017;58(4):579-584.

bouwens jm, fasulo l, hiemstra-van mastrigt s, schultheis uw, naddeo a, vink p. effect of in-seat exercising on comfort perception of airplane passengers. appl ergo. 2018;73:7-12.

vink p, bazley c, jacobs k. modeling the relationship between the environment and human experiences. work. 2016;54(4):765-771.

bazley c, vink p. don’t forget time in environmental design 1. work. 2016;54(4):1025-1029.

hiemstra-van mastrigt s, meyenborg i, hoogenhout m. the influence of activities and duration on comfort and discomfort development in time of aircraft passengers. work. 2016;54(4):955-961.

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