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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

sammonds gm, fray m, mansfield nj. effect of long term driving on driver discomfort and its relationship with seat fidgets and movements (sfms). appl ergo. 2017 ;58:119-127.

kim ij. the role of ergonomics for construction industry safety and health improvements. j ergo.2017;7:2.

shankavaram r, neelam jr, schiffbaenker p, rekhi g, flagmeier n, siyal k. modular and swappable 48v battery systems for emerging markets. sae tech paper; 2019.

lorenzini m, kim w, de momi e, ajoudani a. a new overloading fatigue model for ergonomic risk assessment with application to human-robot collaboration. icra. 2019:1962-1968.

spyropoulos e, kyvelidou a, stergiou n, athanassiou g. quantifying muscle fatigue of the low back during repetitive load lifting using lyapunov analysis. j ergonomics. 2016;6(180):2.

wang w, he j. smartphones: a game changer for psychological research. j ergo. 2015;5(2).

kim ij. a practical design search for optimal floor surface finishes—a case study. in pedes fall saf ass 2017:199-224.

kim ij. pedestrian fall incidence and slip resistance measurements. in pedes fall saf ass. 2017:17-65.

kim ij. friction and wear mechanisms. inpedes fall saf ass. 2017:121-148.

kim ij. tribological approaches for the pedestrian safety measurements and assessments. inpedes fall saf ass. 2017:95-119.

kim ij. pedestrian slip resistance measurements: verities and challenges. pedesfall saf ass. 2017:67-94.

kim ij. hospital flooring safety and health: knowledge gaps and suggestions. int j occ saf and ergo. 2019:1-55.

kim ij. surface measurement and analysis. pedes fall saf ass. 2017:149-198.

kim ij. identifying shoe wear mechanisms and associated tribological characteristics: importance for slip resistance evaluation. wear. 2016;360:77-86.

matikainen e, sjögren t. musculoskeletal disorders and disability among forest industry workers in lower and higher sickness absence groups: a case-control study. eur j physio. 2018:1-8.

matikainen e, sjögren t. musculoskeletal disorders and disability among forest industry workers in lower and higher sickness absence groups: a case-control study. eur j physio. 2018:1-8.

schmidt e. effects of thermal stimulation during passive driver fatigue.

piro s, fiorillo i, anjani s, smulders m, naddeo a, vink p. towards comfortable communication in future vehicles. appl ergo. 2019;78:210-216.

varela m, gyi d, mansfield n, picton r, hirao a, furuya t. engineering movement into automotive seating: does the driver feel more comfortable and refreshed?. appl ergo. 2019 jan 1;74:214-220.

fiorillo i, piro s, anjani s, smulders m, song y, naddeo a et al. future vehicles: the effect of seat configuration on posture and quality of conversation. ergo. 2019;62(11):1400-1414.

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