Items where Author is "Allahyari, Teimour"

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Zare, Sajad and Hemmatjo, Rasoul and Allahyari, Teimour and Hajaghazadeh, Mohammad and Hajivandi, Abdollah and Mandana, Aghabeigi and Kazemi, Reza (2018) Comparison of the effect of typical firefighting activities, live fire drills and rescue operations at height on firefighters’ physiological responses and cognitive function. Ergonomics. pp. 1-27.

Hemmatjo, Rasoul and Allahyari, Teimour and Hajaghazadeh, Mohammad and Zare, Sajad and Kazemi, Reza (2018) Physiological strain and decision making affected by different cooling tactics following live‐fire training. Hum Factors Man. pp. 1-8.

Allahyari, Teimour and Khalkhali, Hamid Reza and Semsar, Behrad and Azghani, Mahmood Reza (2017) Impact of car seat on erectro spine muscles activity, fatigue and discomfort. Iran Occupational Health, 14 (4). pp. 138-149.

Asadi, Samaneh and Khalkhali, Hamidreza and Allahyari, Teimour and Choobineh, Alireza (2017) An Investigation of the Relationship between Psychosocial Work Factors and Fatigue among Nurses. Journal of Ergonomics, 5 (2). pp. 9-16.

Karimia, Zanyar and Allahyari, Teimour and Azghanib, Mahmood Reza (2017) Lower leg swelling and muscle co-contraction during prolonged standing: an unstable footwear evaluation. Footwear Science, 9 (2). pp. 103-110.

Allahyari, Teimour and Khalkhali, Hamidreza and khanehshenas, Farin (2016) Explaining the Relationship between Psychosocial Stress and Job Performance in Banking Industry Based on an Integrated Model. Journal of Occupational Hygiene Engineering, 4 (1). pp. 18-25.

Allahyari, Teimour and Khalkhali, Hamid-Reza and Sahraneshin Samani, Ali (2016) Validity of the Microsoft Kinect for measurement of neck angle: comparison with electrogoniometry. International Journal of Occupational Safety and Ergonomics (JOSE). pp. 1-10.

Allahyari, Teimour and Khalkhali, Hamidreza and Jafari, Sholeh (2015) Measuring power hand grip strength in a sample of students aged 19-36 in Urmia. Journal of Ergonomics, 3 (3). pp. 44-50.

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