Peer-Reviewed Journal Publications
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(*: corresponding author; underlined: students)

Kang, H., and Shin, G.* (2017)
“Effects of touch target location on performance and physical demands of computer touchscreen use”, Applied Ergonomics 61: 159-167

Lee, N., Kang, H., and Shin, G.* (2015)
“Use of antagonist muscle EMG in the assessment of neuromuscular health of the low back”, Journal of Physiological Anthropology 34: 18

Lee, S., Kang, H., and Shin, G.* (2015)
“Head flexion angle while using a smartphone”, Ergonomics 58(2): 220-226

Bareria, P.*, Shin, G. (2014)
“Assisting wheelchair users on bus ramps: a potential cause of low back injury among bus drivers”, International Journal of Industrial Engineering: Theory, Applications and Practice 21(5).

Kang, H., and Shin, G.* (2014)
“Hand usage pattern and upper body discomfort of desktop touchscreen users”, Ergonomics 57(9): 1397-1404.

Zhu, X., and Shin, G.* (2013)
“Kinematics and muscle activities of the lumbar spine during and after working in stooped postures”, Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology 23(4): 801-806.

Zhu, X., and Shin, G.* (2012)
“Shoulder and neck muscle activities during typing with forearm support at different heights”, Ergonomics 55(11): 1412-1419.

Shin, G.*, and Zhu, X. (2011)
“User discomfort, work posture and muscle activity while using a touchscreen in a desktop PC setting”, Ergonomics 54(8): 733-744.

Shin, G.*, and Hegde, S. (2010)
“User-preferred display position: effects of display size”, Human Factors 52(5):574-585.

Shin, G.* and D’Souza, C. (2010)
“EMG activity of low back extensor muscles during cyclic flexion/extension”, Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology 20(4):742-749.

Shin, G.*, D’Souza, C., and Liu, Y. (2009)
“Creep and fatigue development in the low back in static flexion”, Spine 34(17):1873-1878.

Shin, G.*, and Mirka, G. (2007)
“An in-vivo assessment of the low back response to prolonged flexion: Interplay between active and passive tissues”, Clinical Biomechanics 22(9): 965-971.

Shin, G.*, Nance, M., and Mirka, G. (2006)
“Differences in trunk kinematics and ground reaction forces between older and younger adults during lifting”, International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics 36(9): 767-772.

Mirka, G*, Shin, G., Kucera, K., and Loomis, D. (2005)
“Use of the CABS methodology to assess biomechanical stress in commercial crab fishermen”, Applied Ergonomics 36(1):61-70.

Jiang, Z.*, Shin, G., Freeman, J., Reid, S., and Mirka, G. (2005)
“A Study of lifting tasks performed on laterally slanted ground surfaces”, Ergonomics 48(7):782-795.

Shu, Y., Drum, J., Southard, S., Shin, G., and Mirka, G.* (2005)
“The effect of a repetitive, fatiguing lifting task on horizontal ground reaction forces”, Journal of Applied Biomechanics 21(3):260-270.

Shin, G.*, Shu, Y., Li, Z., Jiang, Z., and Mirka, G. (2004)
“Influence of knee angle and individual flexibility on the flexion-relaxation response of the low back musculature”, Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology 14(4): 485-494.

Shin, G.*, and Mirka, G. (2004)
“The effects of sloped standing surface on trunk kinematics and L5/S1 moment during lifting”, Ergonomics 47(6): 646-659.


Refereed International Conference Proceedings (last 5 years)

Choi,S., Shin, G. “Center of mass location of stick vacuum cleaners affects physical demands during floor vacuuming”, Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 60th Annual Meeting – Washington D.C., 2016.

Lee, S., Shin, G. “Relationship between smartphone use and the severity of head flexion of college students”, Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 59th Annual Meeting – Los Angeles, CA, 2015.

Kang, H., Shin, G. “Alternating hands when interacting with a desktop touchscreen can reduce physical efforts of the shoulder muscles”, Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 59th Annual Meeting – Los Angeles, CA, 2015.

Kang, H., Shin, G. “Effects of target location and display position on touch performance of desktop touchscreen interface”, Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 58th Annual Meeting – Chicago, IL, 2014.

Shin, G., Lee, C., Lee, S., Kang, H. “Reliability evaluation of head position assessment methods”, Proceedings of the 1st Asian Conference on Ergonomics and Design – Jeju, Korea, May 2014

Lee, N., Shin, G. “Use of antagonist muscle EMG in the assessment of neuromuscular health of the low back”, Proceedings of the 1st Asian Conference on Ergonomics and Design – Jeju, Korea, May 2014

Kang, H., Shin, G. “Is the ambidextrous advantageous when using large touchscreens?”, Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society. 57th Annual Meeting – San Diego, CA, 2013.

Zhu, X., Shin, G. “Changes in the range of lumbar flexion during cyclic stooping”, Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society. 56th Annual Meeting – Boston, MA, 2012.