Dr. Divya Srinivasan, Assistant Professor, Department of Industrial & Systems Engineering

Publications

My publications are categorized into Journal Articles or Conference Papers.

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Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

  1. Weber, Z. R., Srinivasan, D., & Côté, J. N. (2017). Sex-Specific Links in Motor and Sensory Adaptations to Repetitive Motion-Induced Fatigue. Motor Control.
  2. Barbieri, D. F., Srinivasan, D., Mathiassen, S. E., & Oliveira, A. B. (2016). Comparison of sedentary behaviors in office workers using sit-stand tables with and without semi-automated position changes. Human Factors
  3. Luger, T., Mathiassen, S.E., Srinivasan, D. and Bosch, T. (2017). Influence of Work Pace on Upper Extremity Kinematics and Muscle Activity in a Short-Cycle Repetitive Pick-and-Place Task. Annals of Work Exposures and Health.
  4. Rudolfsson, T., Björklund, M., Svedmark, Å., Srinivasan, D. and Djupsjöbacka, M. (2017). Direction-Specific Impairments in Cervical Range of Motion in Women with Chronic Neck Pain: Influence of Head Posture and Gravitationally Induced Torque. PLOS ONE 12(1): e0170274.
  5. Barbieri, D. F., Mathiassen, S. E., Srinivasan, D., Dos Santos, W. M., Inoue, R. S., Siqueira, A. A. G., Nogueira, H. C. and Oliveira, A. B. (2017). Sit–Stand Tables With Semi-Automated Position Changes: A New Interactive Approach for Reducing Sitting in Office Work. IISE Transactions on Occupational Ergonomics and Human Factors, 1-8.
  6. Sandlund, J., Srinivasan, D., Heiden, M. and Mathiassen, S. E. (2017). Differences in motor variability among individuals performing a standardized short-cycle manual task, Human Movement Science, 51, 17-26.
  7. Srinivasan, D., Sinden, K.E., Mathiassen, S.E. and Côté, J.N. (2016). Gender differences in fatigability and muscle activity responses to a short-cycle repetitive task, European Journal of Applied Physiology, pp.1-9. (full-text view-only version)
  8. Samani, A., Srinivasan, D., Mathiassen, S.E. and Madeleine, P. (2016). Variability in spatio-temporal pattern of trapezius activity and coordination of hand-arm muscles during a sustained repetitive dynamic task, Experimental Brain Research, pp. 1–12. (full-text view-only version)
  9. Commissaris, D. A., Huysmans, M. A., Mathiassen, S. E., Srinivasan, D., Koppes, L. L., & Hendriksen, I. J. (2016). Interventions to reduce sedentary behavior and increase physical activity during productive work: a systematic review. Scandinavian journal of work, environment & health, 42(3), 181-191.
  10. Srinivasan D., Rudolfsson T., and Mathiassen S.E. (2015). Between- and within-subject variance of motor variability metrics in females performing repetitive upper-extremity precision work. Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology 25 (1), 121-129.
  11. Srinivasan D., Samani A., Mathiassen S.E. and Madeleine P.M. (2015). The size and structure of arm movement variability decreased with work pace in a standardized repetitive precision task. Ergonomics 58(1), 128-139.
  12. Samani A., Srinivasan D., Mathiassen S.E. and Madeleine P.M. (2015). Nonlinear metrics assessing motor variability in a standardized pipetting task: Between- and within-subject variance components. Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology 25(3), 557-564.
  13. Srinivasan D., Mathiassen S.E., Samani A. and Madeleine P.M. (2015). The combined influence of task accuracy and pace on motor variability in a standardized repetitive precision task. Ergonomics, 58(8):1388-97.
  14. Barbieri D., Srinivasan D., Mathiassen S.E., Noguiera H. and Oliveira A.B. (2015). The ability of non-computer tasks to increase biomechanical exposure variability in computer-intensive office work. Ergonomics 58 (1), 50-64.
  15. Srinivasan, D., Mathiassen, S. E., Samani, A., & Madeleine, P. (2015). Effects of concurrent physical and cognitive demands on arm movement kinematics in a repetitive upper-extremity precision task. Human Movement Science, 42, 89-99.
  16. Srinivasan D., Mathiassen S.E., Hallman D., Samani A., Madeleine P. and Lyskov E. (2015). Effects of concurrent physical and cognitive demands on muscle activity and heart rate variability in a repetitive upper-extremity precision task. European Journal of Applied Physiology. 116(1):227-39.
  17. Hallman D., Srinivasan D. and Mathiassen S.E. (2014). Short and long-term reliability of heart rate variability indices during repetitive low-force work. European Journal of Applied Physiology. 115(4), 803-812.
  18. Srinivasan D. and Mathiassen S. E. (2012). Motor variability in occupational health and performance. Clinical Biomechanics. 27(10): 979-993.
  19. Srinivasan D., Martin B. J. and Reed M. P. (2013). Effects of task characteristics on unimanual and bimanual movement times. Ergonomics. 56(4): 612-622.
  20. Srinivasan D. and Martin B. J. (2012). Does the Central Nervous System learn to plan bimanual movements based on its expectation of availability of visual feedback? Human Movement Science. 31(6):1409-24.
  21. Srinivasan D. and Mathiassen S. E. (2012). Motor variability - an important issue in occupational life. Work-a Journal of Prevention Assessment & Rehabilitation. 41: 2527-2534.
  22. Srinivasan D. and Martin B. J. (2010). Eye-hand coordination of symmetric bimanual reaching tasks: temporal aspects. Experimental Brain Research. 203(2): 391-405.
  23. Patangay A., Thakur P.H., Srinivasan D., and Swanson L. (2010). S3 Amplitude Measured Using a Modified Implanted CRT-D Device Is Correlated to Left Atrial Pressure during Acute Pulmonary Edema Induction in Canines. Journal of Cardiac Failure. 16(8).
  24. Srinivasan D. and Martin B. J. (2008). Scheduling of Hand Movements in Bimanual Tasks. SAE International Journal of Passenger Cars – Electronic and Electrical Systems. 1(1): 612-620.
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Referred Conference Papers/Presentations

  1. Srinivasan. D., Mathiassen S.E., and Huysmans M.A. "Between subjects and between days variance in occupational sitting time among seasoned users of sitstand workstations," American Industrial Hygiene Conference & Exposition 2017, Seattle USA.
  2. Srinivasan D., Mathiassen S.E., Barbieri D.F. and Oliveira A.B. "Do sit-stand workstations increase variation in upper arm postures while performing computer-intensive office work?" XXIXth Annual International Occupational Ergonomics & Safety Conference, 2017, Seattle, USA.
  3. Srinivasan D., Sinden K.E., Mathiassen S.E., Cote J.N. (2016). ‘Gender differences in muscle activity responses to a fatiguing short-cycle repetitive task’. 9th International Scientific Conference on the Prevention of Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorders (PREMUS 2016), Toronto, Canada. Link to the book of abstract.
  4. Jackson J., Srinivasan D., Mathiassen S.E. (2016). ‘Identification of individual working styles in a long-cycle assembly task using kinematic and EMG variables’. 9th International Scientific Conference on the Prevention of Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorders (PREMUS 2016), Toronto, Canada. Link to the book of abstract.
  5. Mathiassen S.E., Srinivasan D. (2016). ‘Sample size and statistical performance in studies of sedentary behaviour – a novel approach based on compositional data analysis’. 9th International Scientific Conference on the Prevention of Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorders (PREMUS 2016), Toronto, Canada. Link to the book of abstract.
  6. Huysmans M.A., Commissaris D.A.C.M., Mathiassen S.E., Srinivasan D., Koppes L.L.J. and Hendriksen I.J.M. (2016). ‘Interventions to reduce sedentary behavior and increase physical activity during productive work time: effects on work performance and metabolic and physiological outcomes.’ 9th International Scientific Conference on the Prevention of Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorders (PREMUS 2016), Toronto, Canada. Link to the book of abstract.
  7. Barbieri D.F., Mathiassen S.E., Srinivasan D., Dos Santos W.M., Oliveira B. (2016). ‘Use of sit-stand stations during the first 2 months after their introduction’. 9th International Scientific Conference on the Prevention of Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorders (PREMUS 2016), Toronto, Canada. Link to the book of abstract.
  8. Sandlund J., Srinivasan D. and Mathiassen S. E. (2015). Consistency of individual motor variability patterns in repetitive precision work. Proceedings of the World Confederation for Physical Therapy Congress 2015, Singapore.
  9. Srinivasan D., and Mathiassen S.E. (2015). The effect of combining physical and cognitive loads on motor variability in a standardized repetitive precision task. The Proceedings of the 19th Triennial Congress of the International Ergonomics Association - Melbourne.
  10. Barbieri D., dos Santos W., Inoue R.S., Gonçalves Siqueira A.A., Mathiassen S.E., Srinivasan D., Oliveira A. (2015). Adjustable sit-stand tables in office settings: development of a system for controlled posture changes. The Proceedings of the 19th Triennial Congress of the International Ergonomics Association - Melbourne.
  11. Huysmans M.A., Commissaris D.A.C.M., Mathiassen S.E., Srinivasan D., Koppes L.L.J. and Hendriksen I.J.M. (2015). Interventions to reduce sedentary behaviour and increase physical activity during productive work: Preliminary results of a systematic review. The Proceedings of the 19th Triennial Congress of the International Ergonomics Association - Melbourne.
  12. Srinivasan D., Sandlund J. & Mathiassen S.E. (2014). ‘Motor variability traits among individuals performing repetitive precision work’, 46th Annual Nordic Ergonomics Society Conference (NES), Copenhagen, Denmark.
  13. Srinivasan D., Sandlund J. and Mathiassen S.E. (2014). ‘Consistency of individual motor variability traits when performing repetitive precision work’, ISEK 2014 – XXth Congress of the International Society of Electrophysiology and Kinesiology, Rome, Italy.
  14. Srinivasan D. & Mathiassen S. E. (2013). ‘The consistency across days of motor variability metrics in repetitive pipetting’, PREMUS 2013 – 8th International Conference on Prevention of Work-related Musculoskeletal Disorders, Pusan, South Korea.
  15. Barbieri D. F., Mathiassen S. E., Srinivasan D. & de Oliveira A. B. (2013). ‘The effect of non-computer tasks on job-exposure variability in computer-intensive office work’, PREMUS 2013 – 8th International Conference on Prevention of Work-related Musculoskeletal Disorders, Pusan, South Korea.
  16. Srinivasan D. & Mathiassen S. E. (2012). ‘Motor variability - an important issue in occupational life’, IEA 2012 – 18th World Congress on Ergonomics, Recife, Brazil.
  17. Srinivasan D., & Martin B. J. (2012). ‘Emergence of visuomotor coordination with training in bimanual movements’, Twelfth International Symposium on the 3D Analysis of Human Movement, Bologna, Italy.
  18. Srinivasan D., Chaffin D. & Martin B. J. (2010). 'Left-right Asymmetry Effects on Visuomotor Coordination of Bimanual Reach Movements', World Congress on Biomechanics, Singapore.
  19. Patangay A., Thakur P. S., Srinivasan D. & Swanson L. (2010). 'S3 Amplitude Measured Using a Modified Implanted CRT-D Device is correlated to Left Atrial Pressure During Acute Pulmonary Edema Induction in Canines', 14th Annual Meeting of the Heart failure Society of America, San Diego, USA.
  20. Srinivasan D. & Martin B. J. (2009). 'Coordination of symmetric bimanual movements: Spatial aspects', Neuroscience Congress, Chicago, USA.
  21. Srinivasan D. & Martin B. J. (2008). 'Hand kinematics of symmetric bimanual tasks and their dependence on eye-movement strategies', Neuroscience Congress, Washington D.C, USA.
  22. Srinivasan D. & Martin B. J. (2008). 'Effects of task difficulty on unimanual object manipulations', Biomedical Engineering Society Annual Meeting, St. Louis, USA.
  23. Srinivasan D. & Martin B. J. (2008). 'Object and target size interactions in placement tasks', Human Factors & Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting, New York, USA.
  24. Srinivasan D. & Martin B. J. (2008). 'Scheduling of hand movements in bimanual tasks', Digital Human Modeling for Design and Engineering Conference, SAE International, Pittsburgh, USA.
  25. Srinivasan D., Kim K. H. & Martin B. J. (2006). 'Joint contributions in open and closed loop control of planar hand-reach movements', Neuroscience Congress, Atlanta, USA.
  26. Parthasarathy A. B., Srinivasan D., Ramaswamy S. A. & Thyagarajan S. (2005). 'Parametric Simulation of heart rate variability', National Conference on Bio-signals, Communication and Networking, India.
  27. Ramaswamy S. A., Srinivasan D., Parthasarathy A. B., Thyagarajan S. (2004). ’Modeling of influence of respiration on heart rate variability', National Conference on Biomedical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES), India.
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