References: 1990-1999

Sirois, W.  Achieving Shiftwork Excellence, Canadian Electric Association Conference, Technology for a Changing Industry, March, 1999 Proceedings.

Sirois, W. Working Round-the-Clock, Occupational Health and Safety, Vol. 68, No. 10, October, 1999.

Sirois, W. Achieving Shiftwork Excellence, Canadian Electric Association Conference, Technology for a Changing Industry, March, 1999 Proceedings.

Klerman EB, Boulos Z, Edgar DM, Mistlberger RE, Moore-Ede MC. Circadian and homeostatic influences on sleep in the squirrel monkey: sleep after sleep deprivation. Sleep. 1999 Feb 1;22(1):45-59.

Sirois, W.  Fatigue in Marine Operations, Prevention First ’98, Onshore and Offshore Spill Prevention Symposium Proceedings, September, 1998.

Sirois, W., Mardon, S.  How to Screen Prospective Shiftworkers (and Keep It Legal), American Compensation Association (ACA) Journal, vol. 7, No. 4, pp 15-18, Winter 1998.

Sirois, W. The Myths and Realities of 8 vs. 12-Hour Shift Schedules. National Ergonomics Conference Compendium, 1998.

Heitmann A., Aguirre A., Trutschel U., Guttkuhn R., Imrie A, Moore-Ede M.: Sleep pattern in workers with irregular and unpredictable work hours. J. Sleep Res. 7, Suppl. 2, 115.1998.

Sirois, W.  Improving Shiftworker Health, Safety, and Performance, Facility Care, Vol. 2, No. 8, October, 1997.

Sirois, W.  The Risks, Costs, and Liabilities of Shiftwork Operations, National Ergonomics Conference Compendium, pp 9-14, December, 1997.

Heitmann A., Aguirre A., Trutschel U., Imrie A, Moore-Ede M.: Can freight train drivers adapt their sleep pattern to a 24-hour operation? Shiftwork International Newsletter 14, 80. 1997.

Circadian Technologies. IMPAC. Buffalo-Toledo Pilot. Report. Phases I and II. Circadian Technologies. Cambridge. April. 1997.

Sirois, W.  The Legal and Financial Consequences of Fatigue and Human Error in the Marine Industry, Greater New Orleans Barge and Fleeting Association, River and Marine Industry Compendium, pp 01-98, September, 1996.

Heitmann A., Trutschel U., Aguirre A., Beauregard J., Mitchell J., Mitchell R, Moore-Ede M.: Sleepiness countermeasures as an alternative to hours-of-work limits: A field study with forty locomotive engineers. J. Sleep Res. 5, Suppl. 1, 90. 1996.

Moore-Ede M., Mitchell R., Heitmann A., Trutschel U., Aguirre A., Hajarnavis H. CANALERT ’95: Alertness Assurance in the Canadian Railways. Report. Circadian Technologies. Cambridge. 1996.

Aguirre A, Heitmann A, Trutschel U, Mitchell J, Beauregard J, Mitchell R, Moore-Ede M.  Application of a pupilometric/occulomotor test for evaluating sleepiness in a field study with railway engineers.  J. Sleep Res. 5 Suppl. 1. p. 2, 1996.

Sirois W, Moore-Ede MC. Preventing fatigue and human error in around-the-clock operations.  Semiconductor Safety Association Journal 10: 1-8, 1996.

Houpt TA, Boulos Z, Moore-Ede MC. Midnight Sun: Software for Determining Light Exposure and Phase-Shifting   Schedules During Global Travel.  Physiology & Behavior 59(3): 561-568, 1996.

Aguirre A. Ritmos biologicos y sueño (Biological rhythms and sleep). In: Sueño y procesos cognitivos (Sleep and cognitive processes). Editorial Sintesis. 1996.

Circadian Technologies. IMPAC. Elkhart-Chicago Pilot. Report. Phases I and II. Circadian Technologies. Cambridge. October 1996.

Stampi C, Aguirre A, Macchi M, Moore-Ede MC.  Peppermint Aroma as a Countermeasure to Sleepiness During Driving Simulation.  Sleep Research 25: 112, 1996.

Sirois, W., Moore-Ede, M.  Preventing Fatigue and Human Error in Round-the-Clock Operations, Semiconductor Safety Association (SSA) Journal, vol. 10, pp 31-38, Summer 1996.

Moore-Ede MC.  When things go bump in the night. ABA Journal 81: 56-60, 1995.

Stampi C, Aguirre A, Macchi M, Moore-Ede, M.C.  Pilot Study on the Effects of Peppermint Aroma as a Countermeasure to Impaired Driving Performance Caused by Loss of Alertness. Institute for Circadian Physiology Report, September 1995.

Stampi C, Heitmann A, Macchi M, Stone P, Aguirre A. Assessing vigilance levels in transport operations research. In: Vigilance et transports. Aspects fondamentaux, dégradation et prévention. Vallet M, Khardi S. (eds.) Presses Universitaires de Lyon. Lyon. p 31-37. 1995.

Wertz, R., Bartz, S., Sirois, W., Stampi,C.  Preliminary Study on Alertness in Wireline and Testing Operations, Second International Conference on Health, Safety, and Environment in Oil and Gas Exploration and Production, Jakarta, Indonesia, 1994.

Aguirre A, Foret J. Irregularity of working hours in railway workers and types of complaints. Int. Arch. Occ. Env. Health 65,367-371. 1994.

Heitmann A., Stampi C, Macchi M.: Techniques for the assessment of driver alertness from the EEG alpha-frequency band. J. Sleep Research 3, Suppl.1, p.103. 1994.

Moore-Ede MC. Switching on alertness. PIMA Magazine 75 (12): 42-44, 1993.

Moore-Ede MC.  Alertness is critical in today’s twenty-four hour society: Nine ways to keep you alert.  Nuclear News 36 (9): 34-35, 1993.

Moore-Ede MC.  Nine ways to stay alert in a 24-hour society. Pipeline Digest 30 (19): 8-9, 1993.

Moore-Ede MC.  Alert at the switch. Technology Review 96 (7): 52-59, 1993.

Moore-Ede MC.  We have ways of keeping you alert. New Scientist 140 (1899): 30-35, 1993.

Moore-Ede MC. The twenty-four hour society: Understanding human limits in a world that never stops. Addison-Wesley, Boston, Mass. 1993.

Aguirre A, Foret J. Work schedules of train drivers: 20 years later. In: Designing for Everyone Proceedings of the 11th Congress of the IEA. vol 2, 1516-1517. Queinnec and Daniellou (eds.) Taylor and Francis. London. 1991.

Aguirre A, Cerezo V, Rodriguez-Valdes JL, Lopez-Aira JM. Sleep and subjective fatigue in spanish railway workers as a function of working schedules. In: Shiftwork: health, sleep and performance.  Studies in Industrial and Organizational Psychology, vol 10, 415-420.  Costa G. et al (eds.) Peter Lang.  Frankfurt am Main. 1990.

Welsh DK, Moore-Ede MC.  Lithium slows circadian rhythm in Primates.  Biological Psychiatry. 28: 117-126, 1990.

Mistlberger RE, Houpt TA, Moore-Ede MC.  Food anticipatory rhythms under 24-hour schedules of limited access to single macronutrients.  J. Biol. Rhythms, 5 (1): 35-46, 1990.

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