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L Finsen, K S√łgaard, C Jensen, V Borg, H Christensen
Computer-mouse work is characterized by repetitive movements combined with mental demands. The present purpose was to study how the body responded to simulated Computer Aided Design (CAD) work without memory demand and when a high short-term memory demand was introduced. Nine female subjects repetitively performed a task which involved 15 s of elevation of the right index and middle fingers followed by 6 s of rest. Every second time the fingers rested, the left index finger was required to type a six-figure number, either '123456' (without memory demand) or a random number shown half a minute before (with memory demand)...
November 15, 2001: Ergonomics
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