International symposium on neurobehavioral methods and effects in occupational and environmental health. Tokyo (JPN), 1991/07/08.
A total of 486 visual display terminal (VDT) workers were surveyed on their health status, working conditions, type A state, and depression state through questionnaires.
They were also divided into three groups by self-assessment: technocentered (TC), technoanxious (TA), and neither (N).
The weekly working hours and daily VDT operating hours of the type A group were longer than those of non-type A group.
Type A subjects had more symptoms than non-type A subjects.
The mean weekly working hours of depressive group was 61.3 hr, much longer than that of the others.
The TC subjects worked daily with the VDT for longer hours than the other subjects.
The TA subjects felt most dissatisfied with their computer training (TC, 47.4%; N, 64.5%; TA, 91.7%).
Mots-clés Pascal : Ecran visualisation, Ordinateur, Exposition professionnelle, Homme, Condition travail, Ergonomie, Toxicité, Etat dépressif, Personnalité, Ulcère, Duodénum, Santé, Questionnaire, Médecine travail
Mots-clés Pascal anglais : Display screen, Computer, Occupational exposure, Human, Working condition, Ergonomics, Toxicity, Depression, Personality, Ulcer, Duodenum, Health, Questionnaire, Occupational medicine
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