Human behaviour should be recorded in (dis)comfort research

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(Dis)comfort research that has no information on behaviour of the participants can be considered as incomplete, as major influencing factors could be missed. For (dis)comfort research it is important to capture influential factors such as context and task/activity, posture, movement, (distracting) stimuli and time, as these factors have influence on the experienced (dis)comfort. Recording the behaviour allows for better evaluation of and comparison between studies, contributing to an increase of scientific knowledge on (dis)comfort.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)S289-S294
JournalWork: a journal of prevention, assessment & rehabilitation
Issue numbers1
Publication statusPublished - 2021


  • Context
  • activity
  • movement
  • posture
  • stimuli


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