In 1846, Warren stressed that schoolchildren “should be frequently warned against the practice of maintaining the head and neck long in a stooping position.”
He emphasized the importance of proper desk height and inclination in counteracting this stooped position.
BACK POSTURE (PAGE 147)
Lovet (1916) considered prolonged flexion of the spine to be induced by school furniture that failed to properly support the child’s back. According to Hartwell (1985), a properly design school chair requires a backrest to “support the sitter’s back whether he be quiescent or be actively engaged, e.g., in writing or drawing.”
Lovet (1916)認為學校的家具會導長期的脊柱彎曲，不能正確地支撐兒童的背部。根據Ha... (1985)，需要正確地設計學校座椅，支撐坐者的背部，不管他是靜態或是活動的。例...
A slightly reclined school sitting posture with an erect trunk was advocated by Lorenz (1888), Schenk (1894), Mckenzie (1898), and Schwatt (1910).
Lorenz (1888), Schenk (1894), Mckenzie (1898), and Schwatt (1910)提倡，一個輕微的傾斜在學校坐姿，隨著直立的身體。
Bennett (1928) referred to a slightly reclined sitting posture with proper back support as a position of “alert readiness”.
Bennett (1928)提到輕微傾斜的坐姿，隨著適當的背部支撐，“alert readiness”。
He considered this to be the proper school sitting posture for the following reasons: