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Ergonomics is an international multidisciplinary refereed journal concerned with all aspects of the interactions of human beings and their work and leisure. The contents of the journal report research results on the psychological, physiological, anatomical, and engineering design aspects of human beings at work, being particularly concerned with optimizing performance.
Ergonomics has been ranked the number one cited Ergonomics Journal by the Institute for Scientific Information, Inc, Social Science Citation Index 1994.
Note: USC does not subscribe to this journal but USC users have shared electronic access to it by special arrangements with the publisher and our library consortium. However, this shared access is not guaranteed to continue indefinitely and may disappear at any time.
Formed by the union of: Orthotics and prosthetics, and: Clinical prosthetics & orthotics. Vols. for 2003- include separately paged supplement called also no. 1- with title: Proceedings, official findings of the state-of-the-science conference.
Muscle & Nerve is an international and interdisciplinary publication of original contributions, in both health and disease, concerning studies of the muscle, the neuromuscular junction, the peripheral motor, sensory and autonomic neurons, and the central nervous system where the behavior of the peripheral nervous system is clarified.
The first issue of the New England Journal of Medicine and Surgery and the Collateral Branches of Science appeared in January 1812. Under various titles, the Journal has persevered ever since. Today, the New England Journal of Medicine is the oldest continuously published medical periodical in the world.
Each issue of Physical & Occupational Therapy in Geriatrics focuses on current practice and emerging issues in the care of the older client, including long-term care in institutional and community settings, crisis intervention, and innovative programming; the entire range of problems experienced by the elderly; and the current skills needed for working with older clients. Contributors consider the current methods of managing older people with their families, address policy issues that affect the styles of living of older people, and discuss projects relating to research and teaching as they may affect the practice in the field of gerontology.
Quality of Life Research is an international, multidisciplinary journal devoted to the rapid communication of original research, theoretical articles and methodological reports related to the field of quality of life in all the health sciences. The journal also publishes editorials, literature, book and software reviews, correspondence and abstracts of conferences.