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Dr. Corinne Nicoletti

Dr. Corinne Nicoletti

Dr. Corinne Nicoletti

ZHAW School of Health Sciences
Institute of Public Health
Katharina-Sulzer-Platz 9
8400 Winterthur

+41 (0) 58 934 64 54

Personal profile

Position at the ZHAW

Research fellow, corporate health group



Articles in scientific journal, peer-reviewed
Other publications
Oral conference contributions and abstracts

Publications before appointment at the ZHAW

Nicoletti, Corinne; Läubli, T., 2018. Leg and back muscle activity, heart rate, performance and comfort during sitting, standing, and using a sit-stand-support with different seat angles : International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics. 67, S. 73-80. Verfügbar unter:

Nicoletti, Corinne; Läubli, T., 2017. Trapezius muscle activity and body movement at the beginning and the end of a workday and during the lunch period in female office employees : Industrial Health. 55, S. 162-172. Verfügbar unter:

Nicoletti, Corinne; Muller, C.; Hayashi, C.; Nakaseko, M.; Tobita, I.; Laubli, T., 2015. Circadian rhythm of heart rate and physical activity in nurses during day and night shifts : European Journal of Applied Physiology. 115, S. 1313-1320. Verfügbar unter:

Muller, C.; Nicoletti, Corinne; Omlin, S.; Brink, M.; Laubli, T., 2015. Relationship between sleep stages and nocturnal trapezius muscle activity : Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology. 25, S. 457-462. Verfügbar unter:

Nicoletti, Corinne; Spengler, C.M.; Laubli, T., 2014. Physical workload, trapezius muscle activity, and neck pain in nurses' night and day shifts: A physiological evaluation : Applied Ergonomics. 45, S. 741-746. Verfügbar unter:

Nicoletti, Corinne; Muller, C.; Tobita, I.; Nakaseko, M.; Laubli, T., 2014. Trapezius muscle load, heart rate and time pressure during day and night shift in Swiss and Japanese nurses : Industrial Health. 52, S. 225-234. Verfügbar unter:

Nicoletti, Corinne; Laubli, T., 2013. Normalisierung der EMG-Aktivität des m. Trapezius mithilfe submaximaler Referenzkontraktionen: Schwierigkeiten und Lösungsansätze : Zentralblatt für Arbeitsmedizin, Arbeitsschutz und Ergonomie. 63, S. 250 –253. Verfügbar unter: