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A Study of the Performance of Industrial Inspectors under Two Kinds of Lighting

  • Judith S. Lion
  • E. Richardson
  • R. C. Browne

Abstract

A previous study showed that subjects worked significantly more quickly at manipulative and inspection tasks under fluorescent light than under tungsten. An experimental conveyor belt was built to see if these results were confirmed by subjects working on flow-line inspection.

Keywords

Conveyor Belt British Standard Institution Link Test Industrial Performance Inspection Task 
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Notes

  1. Illuminating Engineering Society, ‘Office Lighting in the Sixties’, Light and Lighting, 56 (1963) 33–45.Google Scholar
  2. Lion J. S., ‘The Performance of Manipulative and Inspection Tasks under Tungsten and Fluorescent Lighting’, Ergonomics, (1964), 51–61.Google Scholar
  3. Trimby H., ‘The Development of Industrial Vision Screening in the United States’, The Optician, 20 Feb., 1959.Google Scholar
  4. British Standards Institution, ‘Specification British Lamps’, Illuminating Engineering Committee, 81 (1966).Google Scholar

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© Palgrave Macmillan, a division of Macmillan Publishers Limited 1981

Authors and Affiliations

  • Judith S. Lion
  • E. Richardson
  • R. C. Browne

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