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Human Factors and Ergonomics Group: Selected Office Lighting Publications (1987-present)
Year: 2011 - 2001 - 1996 - 1995 - 1994 - 1991 - 1989
|2011||Izawa, M.R., French, M.D. & Hedge, A. (2011) Shining New Light on the Hawthorne Illumination Experiments, Human Factors, 53 (5), 528-547.|
|Lorusso, T., Hedge, A. and S. Middendorf
(2001) Do anti-glare filters help computer users in offices?
the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 45th Annual Meeting, Vol. 1, 786-790.|
(Note: There is an Erratum for this paper - contact Alan Hedge)
Hedge, A., McCrobie, D. and Corbett, S. (1996) Reactions to use of a computer glare filter, Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 40th Annual Meeting, Vol. 1, 478-482.
Hedge, A. (1996) Reactions to furniture-integrated task lighting systems in a windowless office, Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 40th Annual Meeting, Vol. 2, 1269. (abstract)
|Hedge, A., Sims, W.R. and Becker, F.D. (1995) The effects of lensed-indirect uplighting and parabolic downlighting on the satisfaction and visual health of office workers, Ergonomics, 38, 260-280.|
|Hedge, A. (1994) Reactions of computer users to three different lighting systems in windowed and windowless offices, Work With Display Units'94, Milan, Italy, October 2-5, B54-B56.|
|Hedge, A. (1991) The effects of direct and indirect office lighting on VDT
workers, Proceedings of the 35th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors Society,
Vol. 1, 551-555. |
Hedge, A. (1991) Healthy office lighting for computer workers: a comparison of lensed-indirect and direct systems. Healthy Buildings - IAQ '91, ASHRAE, 61-66.
Hedge, A. (1991) The effects of direct and indirect office lighting on VDT workers. In Y. Quinnec and F. Daniellou (eds.), Designing for Everyone, Proceedings of the 11th Congress of the International Ergonomics Association, Vol. 3, Taylor and Francis, 713-715.
Hedge, A. (1991) Office lighting for VDT work: comparative surveys of reactions to parabolic and lensed-indirect systems, In Lovesey, E.J. (ed.) Contemporary Ergonomics 1991, Proceedings of the Ergonomics Society Annual Conference, Southampton, England, 16-19, April, (London: Taylor and Francis), pp. 300-305.
|Hedge, A., Sims, W. and Becker, F. (1989) Lighting the computerized office:
a comparative field study of parabolic and lensed-indirect lighting systems.
In Proceedings of the 33rd Annual Meeting of the Human Factors Society,
Vol. 1, 521-525. |
Hedge, A. (1989) Lighting the computerized office: A comparative field study of a lensed-indirect uplighting system and a parabolic downlighting system. Dept. Design and Environmental Analysis, Cornell University.
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