International symposium on neurobehavioral methods and effects in occupational and environmental health. Tokyo (JPN), 1991/07/08.
There have been few reports investigating the depressive states in workers using computers.
We describe the depressive states observed in workers using computers and discuss the sources of their occupational stresses.
The first subject is a 34-year-old male manager of a manufacturing company who had customarily worked until 9 PM.
In 1985, it became necessary for him to work until midnight; symptoms of depression began to appear during this period, exacerbated after trouble with a computer.
In 1986, he visited a psychiatrist and his condition was diagnosed as Major Depression according to DSM-III.
Mots-clés Pascal : Ecran visualisation, Ordinateur, Hygiène travail, Homme, Japon, Etude cas, Stress, Condition travail, Etat dépressif, Trouble humeur, Exposition professionnelle, Asie
Mots-clés Pascal anglais : Display screen, Computer, Occupational hygiene, Human, Japan, Case study, Stress, Working condition, Depression, Mood disorder, Occupational exposure, Asia
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