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PEER-REVIEWED JOURNALS:  

1.      Rempel DM, Dennerlein JT, C.D. Mote, Jr., Armstrong T.  A Method of Measuring Fingertip Loading during Keyboard Use.  J. Biomechanics, 27(8): 1101-1104, 1994.

2.      Dennerlein JT, Miller J, Mote CD Jr., Rempel DM.  A Low Profile Human Tendon Force Transducer: The Influence of Tendon Thickness on Calibration.  J. Biomechanics, 30(4): 395-397, 1997.

3.      Dennerlein JT, Diao E, Mote CD Jr., Rempel DM.  Tension of the Flexor Digitorum Superficialis Tendon is Higher Than a Current Model Predicts.  J. Biomechanics, 31(4) 289-305, 1998.

4.      Dennerlein JT, Mote CD Jr., Rempel DM.  Control Strategies for Finger Movement during Touch-typing: The Role of the Flexor and Extensor Muscles.  Experimental Brain Research, 121:1-6, 1998.

5.      Dennerlein JT, Diao E, Mote CD Jr., Rempel DM. In vivo finger flexor tendon forces while tapping on a key switch. J. of Orthopaedic Research, 17(2) 178-184, 1999.

6.      Okamura AT, Cutkosky MR, Dennerlein JT. Reality-Based Models for Vibration Feedback in Virtual Environments. ASME/IEEE Transactions on Mechatronics, 6(3): 245-253, 2001. pdf format (116k)

7.      Dennerlein JT, Yang MC. Haptic force-feedback devices for the office computer: Performance and musculoskeletal loading issues. Human Factors, 43(2):278-86, 2001.

8.      Dennerlein JT, Soumekh FS, Fossel AH, Amick BC, Keller RB, Katz JN. Longer Distal Motor Latency Predicts Better Outcomes of Carpal Tunnel Release. J Occup Environ Med, 44:176-183, 2002.

9.      Ciriello VM, Bennie KJ, Johnson PW, Dennerlein JT. Comparison of Three Psychophysical Techniques to Establish Maximum Acceptable Torques of Repetitive Ulnar Deviation. Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science, In Press, 2002.

10.  Bennie KB, Ciriello VM, Johnson PW, Dennerlein JT. Electromyographic activity of the ECU muscle changes with exposure to repetitive ulnar deviation.  European Journal of Applied Physiology, In Press, 2002. abstract in html

11.  Dennerlein JT, Meeker J. Injuries among Boston Bicycle Messengers. American Journal of Industrial Medicine, In Press, 2002. abstract in html

12.  Chen JC, Chang WR, Shih TS, Chen CJ, Chang WP, Dennerlein JT, Christiani DC. Predictors of whole-body vibration levels among urban taxi drivers. Ergonomics, Submitted 2002.

13.  Jindrich DL, Zhou Y, Becker T, Dennerlein JT.  Non-linear viscoelastic models predict fingertip pulp mechanics during voluntary tapping. J. Biomechanics, Submitted, 2002. abstract in html

14.  Dennerlein JT, Johnson PW, Bennie KJ, Ciriello VM. Forearm muscles fatigue during repetitive ulnar deviation tasks. American Industrial Hygiene Association Journal. Submitted 2002.   abstract in html

15.  Chen JC, Dennerlein JT, Shih TS, Chen CJ, Cheng Y, Chang WP, Ryan LM, Christiani DC. The Association of Knee Pain and Driving Time: A Secondary Analysis of the Taxi Drivers’ Health Study American Journal of Public Health, Submitted 2002.

 

PEER-REVIEWED CONFERENCE PAPERS

1.      Dennerlein JT, Millman P, Howe RD. An Industrial Application of Vibrotactile Feedback. International Mechanical Engineering Conference and Exhibition of the American Society of Mechanical Engineering, Dallas, TX, 1997.

2.      Jacobson M, Dennerlein JT, Keir P, Martin B, and Rempel D. Comparison of Surface to Indwelling Extrinsic Finger EMG during Use of Computer Pointing Devices. Proc. of Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Chicago, IL. 1998.

3.      Okamura A, Dennerlein JT, Howe R. Vibrotactile Feedback Models for Virtual Environments. International Conference on Robotics and Automation, Brussels, Belgium, 1998. pdf format (161k)

4.      Dennerlein JT, Yang M. Perceived Musculoskeletal Loading during Use of A Force-Feedback Computer Mouse. Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Conference, Houston, Texas, 1999. pdf format (63k)

5.      Dennerlein JT, Martin DB, Hasser C.  Force-feedback improves performance for steering and combined steering-targeting tasks. Proc. of the Conference of Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2000). The Hague, The Netherlands, 2000. pdf format (109k)

6.      Dennerlein JT, Shahion E, Howe R. Vibrotactile Feedback for an Underwater Teleoperated Robot. Proc. Of the International Symposium on Robotics with Applications (ISORA), Maui Hawaii, 2000. pdf format (88k)

7.      Okamura AT, Hage MW, Cutkosky MR, Dennerlein JT. Improving Reality-Based Models for Vibration Feedback International Mechanical Engineering Conference and Exhibition of the American Society of Mechanical Engineering, Orlando Florida, 2000. pdf format (628k)

8.      Dennerlein JT, Dimarino MH, Becker T, Johnson PW. Wrist and Shoulder Muscle Activity Changes Across Computer Tasks. Proc of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Conference, Baltimore, MD 2002. pdf format (340k)

9.      Bennie KJ, Ciriello VM, Johnson PW, Dennerlein JT. EMG changes of the ECU muscle with exposure to repetitive ulnar deviation. Proc of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Conference, Baltimore, MD 2002.

10.  Johnson PW, Ciriello VM Bennie KJ, Dennerlein JT.  Mechanical changes of the ECU muscle with exposure to repetitive ulnar deviation.  Proc of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Conference, Baltimore, MD 2002.

                       

PEER-REVIEWED CONFERENCE ABSTRACTS (1998- )

1.  [i] Kimmelman JS, Dennerlein JT, Howe R. Fingertip pressure distribution during pinch and lift tasks. International Mechanical Engineering Conference and Exhibition of the American Society of Mechanical Engineering, Anaheim, CA, 1998.

2.  Dennerlein JT.  Validating musculoskeletal models with and in vivo muscle force transducer. Proc. of the Canmore Symposium on Skeletal Muscle, Canmore, Canada, 1999.

3.  Dennerlein JT. Passive Muscle Force May Propel the Finger during Touch-typing.  Progress in Motor Control-II, University Park, PA, 1999. pdf format (31k)

4.  Galea A, Dennerlein J, Schlager fencing biomechanics: determinates of impact force. Annual Conference of the American Society of Biomechanics, Chicago, IL, 2000.

5.  Dennerlein J, Johnson P.  Exposure assessment tools for physical risk factors associated with computer work.  Proceedings of the 14th Triennial Congress of the International Ergonomics Association (IEA 2000), San Deigo, CA 2000.

6.  Kursa K, Dennerlein JT, Diao E, Rempel DM.  In vivo finger tendon force rates during tapping. 47th Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society, San Francisco, CA, , 2001.  abstract in html

7.  Dennerlein JT, Soumehk FS, Amick B, Keller R, Katz J.  Longer distal motor latency predicts better outcomes of carpal tunnel release. 47th Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society, San Francisco, CA, 2001. abstract in html

8.  Dennerlein JT, Zhou Y, Becker.  Predicting exposure of the finger flexor muscle and tendon to dynamic loads during finger tapping.  X2001- Exposure Assessment in Epidemiology and Practice Conference, Göteborg, Sweden, 2001. pdf format (19k)

9. Dennerlein JT, Zhou Y, Becker.  A lumped parameter model of the finger predicting effective muscle and tendon forces. Proc of American Society of Biomechanics, San Diego, CA, 2001.

10.  Bennie KJ, Ciriello VM, Johnson PW, Dennerlein JT. ECU EMG Power Spectrum Decreases With Repetitive Work. Proc. of Preventions of Work Related Musculoskeletal Disorders, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 2001.

11.  Dennerlein JT, Johnson PW, Bennie KJ, Ciriello VM. The Ratio Of 20-50 Hz Muscle Forces Decreases With Repetitive Work. Proc. of Preventions of Work Related Musculoskeletal Disorders, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 2001.

12.  Iverson M, Nimgade A, Lyle M, Dennerlein JT, Comparison of clinical performance and stabilogram measures in patients with degenerative lumbar spinal stenosis. Proc. of World Congress of Biomechanics, Calgary, CA 2002.

13.  .Jindrich D, Becker T, Dennerlein JT. Fingertip pulp mechanics during voluntary tapping. Proc. of World Congress of Biomechanics, Calgary, CA 2002. pdf format (152k)

14.  Becker T, Johnson P, Dennerlein JT. The Development Of a Keyboard Force Platform. Proc. of World Congress of Biomechanics, Calgary, CA 2002. pdf format (235k)

15.  .Jindrich D, Dennerlein JT. Impedance models of the finger joints during typing. Proc. of World Congress of Biomechanics, Calgary, CA 2002.



[i] Awarded Best Student Paper.

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