List of Cited Documents

(listed in order of citation)

  1. Seppänen, O., W.J. Fisk, and Q.H. Lei, "Effect of temperature on task performance in office environment" in 5th International Conference on Cold Climate Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning 2006, Moscow, LBNL-60946.
  2. Lan, L., P. Wargocki, and Z. Lian, "Quantitative measurement of productivity loss due to thermal discomfort". Energy and Buildings, 2011b. 43(5): p. 1057-1062.
  3. Hedge, A. and D. Gaygen, "Indoor environment conditions and computer work in an office". HVAC&R Research, 2010. 16(2): p. 123-138.
  4. Nishihara, N., et al., "Effect of overcooling on productivity evaluated by the long term field study. Paper 1174", in Proceedings of Clima 2007 2007, Helsinki, Finland.
  5. Lan, L. and Z. Lian, "Use of neurobehavioral tests to evaluate the effects of indoor environment quality on productivity". Building and Environment, 2009. 44: p. 2208-2217.
  6. Lan, L., Z. Lian, and L. Pan, "The effects of air temperature on office workers' well-being, workload and productivity-evaluated with subjective ratings". Appl Ergon, 2010. 42(1): p. 29-36.
  7. Kolarik, J., et al., "Occupant responses and office work performance in environments with moderately drifting operative temperatures (RP-1269)". HVAC&R Research, 2009. 15(5): p. 931-959.
  8. Toftum, J., et al., "Influence on occupant responses of behavioral modifications of clothing insulation in nonsteady thermal environments (RP-1269)". HVAC&R Research, 2009. 16(1): p. 59-74.
  9. Pepler, R.D. and R.E. Warner, "Temperature and learning: an experimental study". ASHRAE Transactions, 1968. 74(2): p. 211-219.
  10. Wyon, D.P., "Studies of children under imposed noise and heat stress". Ergonomics, 1970. 15(5): p. 598-612.
  11. Wargocki, P. and D.P. Wyon, "The effect of moderately raised classroom temperatures and classroom ventilation rate on the performance of schoolwork by children". HVAC&R Research, 2007. 13(2): p. 193-220.
  12. Wargocki, P. and D.P. Wyon, "Research report on effects of HVAC on student performance". ASHRAE Journal, 2006. 48: p. 22-28.
  13. Federspiel, C.C., et al., "Worker performance and ventilation in a call center: analyses of work performance data for registered nurses". Indoor Air, 2004. 14 Suppl 8: p. 41-50.
  14. Heschong Mahone Group, Windows and offices: a study of office workers performance and the indoor environment, 2003, Prepared for California Energy Commission: Fair Oaks, CA.
  15. Tham, K.W., "Effects of temperature and outdoor air supply rate on the performance of call center operators in the tropics". Indoor Air, 2004. 14 Suppl 7: p. 119-25.
  16. Tham, K.W. and H.C. Willem, "Effects of reported neurobehavioral symptoms on call center operator performance in the tropics", in RoomVent 2004 Conference 2004: Coimbra, Portugal.
  17. Wargocki, P., D.P. Wyon, and P.O. Fanger, "The performance and subjective responses of call-center operators with new and used supply air filters at two outdoor air supply rates". Indoor Air, 2004. 14 Suppl 8: p. 7-16.
  18. Bako-Biro, Z., "Human perception, SBS symptoms and performance of office work during exposure to air polluted by building materials and personal computers", in International Centre for Indoor Environment and Energy 2004, Technical University of Denmark.
  19. Wargocki, P., et al., "The effects of outdoor air supply rate in an office on perceived air quality, sick building syndrome (SBS) symptoms and productivity". Indoor Air, 2000. 10(4): p. 222-36.
  20. Seppänen, O., W.J. Fisk, and Q.H. Lei, "Ventilation and performance in office work". Indoor Air, 2006. 16(1): p. 28-36.
  21. Park, J.S. and C.H. Yoon, "The effects of outdoor air supply rate on work performance during 8-h work period". Indoor Air, 2011. 21(4): p. 284-290.
  22. Myhrvold, A. and E. Olesen, "Pupil's health and performance due to renovation of schools", in Healthy Buildings/IAQ 1997 1997. p. 81-86.
  23. Haverinen-Shaughnessy, U., D.J. Moschandreas, and R.J. Shaughnessy, "Association between substandard classroom ventilation rates and students' academic achievement". Indoor Air, 2011. 21(2): p. 121-31.
  24. ASHRAE, ASHRAE Standard 62.1-2004. Ventilation for acceptable indoor air quality, 2004, American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air Conditioning Engineers, Inc.: Atlanta, GA.
  25. Wargocki, P. and D.P. Wyon, "The effects of outdoor air supply rate and supply air filter condition in classrooms on the performance of schoolwork by children". HVAC&R Research, 2007. 13(2): p. 165-191.
  26. Ito, K., et al., "Study on the productivity in the classroom (part 2): realistic simulation experiment on effects of air quality /thermal environment on learning performance", in Healthy Buildings 2006 2006: Lisbon, Portugal. p. 207-212.
  27. Murakami, S., et al., "Study on the productivity in the classroom (part 1) field survey of the effects of air quality /thermal environment on learning performance", in Healthy Buildings 2006 2006: Lisbon, Portugal. p. 271-276.
  28. Seppänen, O. and W.J. Fisk, "Some quantitative relations between indoor environmental quality and work performance or health". International Journal of HVAC&R Research, 2006. 12(4): p. 957-973.
  29. Shendell, D.G., et al., "Associations between classroom CO2 concentrations and student attendance in Washington and Idaho". Indoor Air, 2004. 14(5): p. 333-41.
  30. CARB, Report to the California Legislature: Environmental health conditions in California's portable classrooms, 2004, California Air Resources Board and California Department of Health Services.
  31. Shaughnessy, R.J., et al., "A preliminary study on the association between ventilation rates in classrooms and student performance". Indoor Air, 2006. 16(6): p. 465-468.
  32. Wargocki, P., D.P. Wyon, and P.O. Fanger, "Productivity is affected by the air quality in offices", in Healthy Buildings 2000 2000, SIY Indoor Air Information: Helsinki. p. 635-640.
  33. Wargocki, P., et al., "Subjective perceptions, symptom intensity, and performance: a comparison of two independent studies, both changing similarly the pollution load in an office". Indoor Air, 2002. 12(2): p. 74-80.
  34. Bako-Biro, Z., et al., "Effects of pollution from personal computers on perceived air quality, SBS symptoms and productivity in offices". Indoor Air, 2004. 14(3): p. 178-187.
  35. Clausen, G., "Ventilation filters and indoor air quality: a review of research from the International Centre for the Indoor Environment and Energy". Indoor Air, 2004. 14 (Supplement 7): p. 202-207.
  36. Wargocki, P., et al., "Perceived air quality, sick building syndrome (SBS) symptoms and productivity in an office with two different pollution loads". Indoor Air, 1999. 9(3): p. 165-179.
  37. Wargocki, P., D.P. Wyon, and P.O. Fanger, "Pollution source control and ventilation improve health, comfort, and productivity", in Cold Climate HVAC 2000: Sapporo. p. 445-450.
  38. Heschong-Mahone Group, Daylighting in schools: an investigation into the relationship between daylighting and human performance, detailed report, 1999, Heschong-Mahone Group: Fair Oaks, CA.
  39. Heschong-Mahone Group, Daylighting in schools: reanalysis report, 2001, California Energy Commission: Sacramento, CA.
  40. Heschong-Mahone Group, Windows and classrooms: a study of student performance and the indoor environment, 2003, California Energy Commission: Sacramento, CA.
  41. Committee to Review and Assess the Health and Productivity Benefits of Green Schools, Review and assessment of the health and productivity benefits of green schools: an interim report, 2006, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences.
  42. Wargocki, P., et al., "Indoor climate and productivity in offices: how to integrate productivity in life cycle analysis of building services". REHVA Guidebook No. 6. Federation of European Heating and Air Conditioning Associations. 2006b, Brussels, Belgium.
  43. Fisk, W.J., et al., "Economic benefits of an economizer system: energy savings and reduced sick leave". ASHRAE Transactions 2005. 111(2): p. 673-679.
  44. Bluyssen, P.M., et al., "European indoor air quality audit project in 56 office buildings". Indoor Air, 1996. 6(4): p. 221-238.
  45. ASHRAE, ANSI/ASHRAE Standard 62.1-2010. Ventilation for acceptable indoor air quality, 2010, American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air Conditioning Engineers, Inc.: Atlanta, GA.
  46. ASHRAE, ANSI/ASHRAE Standard 62.2-2010. Ventilation for acceptable indoor air quality in low rise residential buildings, 2010, American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air Conditioning Engineers, Inc.: Atlanta, GA.
  47. Fisk, W.J., D. Faulkner, and D.P. Sullivan, "Measuring outdoor airflow into HVAC systems". ASHRAE Journal, 2006. 48(8): p. 50-57.
  48. Persily, A.K. and J. Gorfain, Analysis of office building ventilation data from the US Environmental Protection Agency Building Assessment Survey and Evaluation (BASE). NISTIR # 7145, 2004, National Institute of Standards and Technology: Gaithersburg, MD.
  49. ASHRAE, "HVAC systems and equipment", in ASHRAE Handbook Chapter 5. 2004, American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air Conditioning Engineers, Inc.: Atlanta, GA.
  50. Hodgson, A.T. and J.R. Girman, Exposure to methylene chloride from controlled use of a paint remover in residences, LBNL-23078, 1987, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory: Berkeley, CA.
  51. de Dear, R.J. and G.S. Brager, "Developing an adaptive model of thermal comfort and preference". ASHRAE Transactions, 1998. 104(1): p. 145-167.
  52. Haggblom, H., et al., "The effect of temperature on work performance and thermal comfort - laboratory experiment. Paper 226", in Proceedings of Indoor Air 2011 2011: Austin, TX.
  53. Haneda, M., et al., "The evaluation of office work performance by thermal satisfaction vote. Paper 227", in Proceedings of Healthy Buildings 2009 2009: Syracuse, NY.
  54. Iwashita, G. and S. Tanabe, "Effect of work motivation on the task performance under different thermal conditions. Paper 1220", in Proceedings of Clima 2007 2007: Helsinki, Finland.
  55. Lan, L., et al., "Effects of thermal discomfort in an office on perceived air quality, SBS symptoms, physiological responses, and human performance". Indoor Air, 2011. 21(5): p. 376-90.
  56. Tanabe, S. and N. Nishihara, "Productivity and fatigue". Indoor Air, 2004. 14 Suppl 7: p. 126-33.
  57. Tham, K. and H. Willem, "Room air temperature affects occupants' physiology, perceptions and mental alertness". Building and Environment 2010. 45: p. 40-44.
  58. Wargocki, P., M. Dalewski, and M. Haneda, "Physiological effects of thermal environment on office work. Paper 104", in Proceedings of Healthy Buildings 2009 2009: Syracuse, NY.
  59. Zhang, H., et al., "Comfort, perceived air quality, and work performance in a low-power task-ambient conditioning system". Building and Environment, 2010. 45: p. 29-30.
  60. ASTM, ASTM D6245-12, Standard guide for using indoor carbon dioxide concentrations to evaluate indoor air quality and ventilation, 2012: West Conshohocken, PA.
  61. Kajtar, L., L. Herczek, and E. Lang. "Examination of CO2 by scientific methods in the laboratory", in Healthy Buildings 2003 2003, National University of Singapore: Singapore. p. 176-181.
  62. Kajtar, L., et al., "Influence of carbon dioxide pollutant on human well being and work intensity", in Healthy Buildings 2006 2006: Lisbon, Portugal. p. 85-90.
  63. Satish, U., et al., "Is CO2 an indoor Pollutant? Direct effects of low-to-moderate CO2 concentrations on human decision-making performance". Environmental Health Perspectives, 2012. 120(12): p. 1671-1677.
  64. EPA, Energy cost and IAQ performance of ventilation systems and controls: Project 4, impacts of increased outdoor air flow rates on annual HVAC energy costs, EPA-402-S-01-001D, 2000, Environmental Protection Agency.
  65. EPA, Energy cost and IAQ performance of ventilation systems and controls, EPA-402-S-01-001, 2000b, Environmental Protection Agency.
  66. Benne, K., et al., Assessment of the energy impacts of outside air in the commercial sector, NREL/TP-550-41955, 2009, National Renewable Energy Laboratory: Golden, CO.
  67. Fisk, W.J. and O. Seppänen, "Providing better indoor environmental quality brings economic benefits. Paper A01", in Clima 2007 Well Being Indoors 2007, FINVAC ry, Finland: Helsinki.
  68. Mendell, M.J. and G.A. Heath, "Do indoor pollutants and thermal conditions in schools influence student performance? A critical review of the literature". Indoor Air, 2005. 15(1): p. 27-52.

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