Jack Tigh Dennerlein

Affiliations:
  • Harvard University, Cambridge, USA


According to our database1, Jack Tigh Dennerlein authored at least 13 papers between 2000 and 2016.

Collaborative distances:
  • Dijkstra number2 of five.
  • Erdős number3 of four.

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Bibliography

2016
A Psychophysical Protocol to Develop Ergonomic Recommendations for Sitting and Standing Workstations.
Hum. Factors, 2016

Effects of Epinephrine Auto-Injector Shape and Size on Human Factors Influencing Drug Delivery.
Hum. Factors, 2016

2012
Estimating 3-D L5/S1 Moments During Manual Lifting Using a Video Coding System: Validity and Interrater Reliability.
Hum. Factors, 2012

Thumb Motor Performance Varies by Movement Orientation, Direction, and Device Size During Single-Handed Mobile Phone Use.
Hum. Factors, 2012

2011
The Validity and Interrater Reliability of Video-Based Posture Observation During Asymmetric Lifting Tasks.
Hum. Factors, 2011

Postural Observation of Shoulder Flexion during Asymmetric Lifting Tasks.
Proceedings of the Digital Human Modeling, 2011

The Upper Extremity Loading during Typing Using One, Two and Three Fingers.
Proceedings of the Digital Human Modeling, 2011

2009
Providing Training Enhances the Biomechanical Improvements of an Alternative Computer Mouse Design.
Hum. Factors, 2009

2007
Alternative Computer Mouse Design and Testing to Reduce Finger Extensor Muscle Activity During Mouse Use.
Hum. Factors, 2007

2006
Forearm Electromyographic Changes With the Use of a Haptic Force-Feedback Computer Mouse.
Hum. Factors, 2006

Keyswitch Orientation Can Reduce Finger Joint Torques During Tapping on a Computer Keyswitch.
Hum. Factors, 2006

2001
Haptic Force-Feedback Devices for the Office Computer: Performance and Musculoskeletal Loading Issues.
Hum. Factors, 2001

2000
Force-feedback improves performance for steering and combined steering-targeting tasks.
Proceedings of the CHI 2000 Conference on Human factors in computing systems, 2000


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