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    1. Mark Cropley; Lynne J. Millward Purvis
      Job strain and rumination about work issues during leisure time: a di ary study

      European journal of work and organizational psychology
    2. Bernin, P; Theorell, T
      Demand-control-support among female and male managers in eight Swedish companies

      STRESS AND HEALTH
    3. Quick, JC; Nelson, DL; Quick, JD; Orman, DK
      An isomorphic theory of stress: the dynamics of person-environment fit

      STRESS AND HEALTH
    4. Harenstam, A; Bejerot, E
      Combining professional work with family responsibilities - a burden or a blessing?

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SOCIAL WELFARE
    5. Riese, H; Vrijkotte, TGM; Meijer, P; Kluft, C; De Geus, EJC
      Covariance of metabolic and hemostatic risk indicators in men and women

      FIBRINOLYSIS & PROTEOLYSIS
    6. Cole, DC; Ibrahim, SA; Shannon, HS; Scott, F; Eyles, J
      Work correlates of back problems and activity restriction due to musculoskeletal disorders in the Canadian national population health survey (NPHS) 1994-5 data

      OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE
    7. Hallman, T; Burell, G; Setterlind, S; Oden, A; Lisspers, J
      Psychosocial risk factors for coronary heart disease, their importance compared with other risk factors and gender differences in sensitivity

      JOURNAL OF CARDIOVASCULAR RISK
    8. Tennant, C
      Life stress and hypertension

      JOURNAL OF CARDIOVASCULAR RISK
    9. Janssen, PPM; Bakker, AB; de Jong, A
      A test and refinement of the demand-control-support model in the construction industry

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF STRESS MANAGEMENT
    10. Nordstrom, CK; Dwyer, KM; Merz, CNB; Shircore, A; Dwyer, JH
      Work-related stress and early atherosclerosis

      EPIDEMIOLOGY
    11. Herbert, R; Szeinuk, J; O'Brien, S
      Occupational health problems of bridge and tunnel officers

      OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE-STATE OF THE ART REVIEWS
    12. Ibrahim, SA; Scott, FE; Cole, DC; Shannon, HS; Eyles, J
      Job strain and self-reported health among working women and men: An analysis of the 1994/5 Canadian National Population Health Survey

      WOMEN & HEALTH
    13. Demerouti, E; Bakker, AB; de Jonge, J; Janssen, PPM; Schaufeli, WB
      Burnout and engagement at work as a function of demands and control

      SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF WORK ENVIRONMENT & HEALTH
    14. Ishizaki, M; Martikainen, P; Nakagawa, H; Marmot, M
      Socioeconomic status, workplace characteristics and plasma fibrinogen level of Japanese male employees

      SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF WORK ENVIRONMENT & HEALTH
    15. De Croon, EM; Blonk, RWB; Van der Beek, AJ; Frings-Dresen, MHW
      The trucker strain monitor: an occupation-specific questionnaire measuringpsychological job strain

      INTERNATIONAL ARCHIVES OF OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH
    16. Sacker, A; Bartley, M; Firth, D; Fitzpatrick, R
      Dimensions of social inequality in the health of women in England: occupational, material and behavioural pathways

      SOCIAL SCIENCE & MEDICINE
    17. McDonough, P; Walters, V
      Gender and health: reassessing patterns and explanations

      SOCIAL SCIENCE & MEDICINE
    18. Westerlund, H; Theorell, T; Bergstrom, A
      Psychophysiological effects of temporary alternative employment

      SOCIAL SCIENCE & MEDICINE
    19. Hogue, CJR; Hoffman, S; Hatch, MC
      Stress and preterm delivery: a conceptual framework

      PAEDIATRIC AND PERINATAL EPIDEMIOLOGY
    20. Gillespie, NA; Walsh, M; Winefield, AH; Dua, J; Stough, C
      Occupational stress in universities: staff perceptions of the causes, consequences and moderators of stress

      WORK AND STRESS
    21. Rafferty, Y; Friend, R; Landsbergis, PA
      The association between job skill discretion, decision authority and burnout

      WORK AND STRESS
    22. Vrijkotte, TGM; de Geus, EJC
      Ambulatory heart rate is underestimated when measured by an ambulatory blood pressure device

      JOURNAL OF HYPERTENSION
    23. O'Connor, DB; O'Connor, RC; White, BL; Bundred, PE
      Are occupational stress levels predictive of ambulatory blood pressure in British GPs? An exploratory study

      FAMILY PRACTICE
    24. Fauvel, JP; Quelin, P; Ducher, M; Rakotomalala, H; Laville, M
      Perceived job stress but not individual cardiovascular reactivity to stress is related to higher blood pressure at work

      HYPERTENSION
    25. Pikhart, H; Bobak, M; Siegrist, J; Pajak, A; Rywik, S; Kyshegyi, J; Gostautas, A; Skodova, Z; Marmot, M
      Psychosocial work characteristics and self rated health in four post-communist countries

      JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY AND COMMUNITY HEALTH
    26. Su, CT
      Association between job strain status and cardiovascular risk in a population of Taiwanese white-collar workers

      JAPANESE CIRCULATION JOURNAL-ENGLISH EDITION
    27. Ohlson, CG; Soderfeldt, M; Soderfeldt, B; Jones, I; Theorell, T
      Stress markers in relation to job strain in human service organizations

      PSYCHOTHERAPY AND PSYCHOSOMATICS
    28. Theorell, T; Emdad, R; Arnetz, B; Weingarten, AM
      Employee effects of an educational program for managers at an insurance company

      PSYCHOSOMATIC MEDICINE
    29. Light, KC
      Hypertension and the reactivity hypothesis: The next generation

      PSYCHOSOMATIC MEDICINE
    30. Yoshimasu, K
      Relation of type A behavior pattern and job-related psychosocial factors to nonfatal myocardial infarction: A case-control study of Japanese male workers and women

      PSYCHOSOMATIC MEDICINE
    31. Friedman, R; Schwartz, JE; Schnall, PL; Landsbergis, PA; Pieper, C; Gerin, W; Pickering, TG
      Psychological variables in hypertension: Relationship to casual or ambulatory blood pressure in men

      PSYCHOSOMATIC MEDICINE
    32. Sluiter, JK; Frings-Dresen, MHW; van der Beek, AJ; Meijman, TF
      The relation between work-induced neuroendocrine reactivity and recovery, subjective need for recovery, and health status

      JOURNAL OF PSYCHOSOMATIC RESEARCH
    33. Lavis, JN; Mustard, CA; Payne, JI; Farrant, MSR
      Work-related population health indicators

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH-REVUE CANADIENNE DE SANTE PUBLIQUE
    34. Levenstein, S; Smith, MW; Kaplan, GA
      Psychosocial predictors of hypertension in men and women

      ARCHIVES OF INTERNAL MEDICINE
    35. Hanse, JJ; Forsman, M
      Identification and analysis of unsatisfactory psychosocial work situations: a participatory approach employing video-computer interaction

      APPLIED ERGONOMICS
    36. Kawakami, N; Akachi, K; Shimizu, H; Haratani, T; Kobayashi, F; Ishizaki, M; Hayashi, T; Fujita, O; Aizawa, Y; Miyazaki, S; Hiro, H; Hashimoto, S; Araki, S
      Job strain, social support in the workplace, and haemoglobin A1c in Japanese men

      OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE
    37. Piros, S; Karlehagen, S; Lappas, G; Wilhelmsen, L
      Psychosocial risk factors for myocardial infarction among Swedish railway engine drivers during 10 years follow-up

      JOURNAL OF CARDIOVASCULAR RISK
    38. Mann, SJ
      The mind/body link in essential hypertension: Time for a new paradigm

      ALTERNATIVE THERAPIES IN HEALTH AND MEDICINE
    39. Gordley, LB; Lemasters, G; Simpson, SR; Yiin, JH
      Menstrual disorders and occupational, stress, and racial factors among military personnel

      JOURNAL OF OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE
    40. Brisson, C; Larocque, B; Moisan, J; Vezina, M; Dagenais, GR
      Psychosocial factors at work, smoking, sedentary behavior, and body mass index: A prevalence study among 6995 white collar workers

      JOURNAL OF OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE
    41. Lyons-Ruth, K; Wolfe, R; Lyubchik, A
      Depression and the parenting of young children: Making the case for early preventive mental health services

      HARVARD REVIEW OF PSYCHIATRY
    42. Faucett, J; Blanc, PD; Yelin, E
      The impact of carpal tunnel syndrome on work status: Implications of job characteristics for staying on the job

      JOURNAL OF OCCUPATIONAL REHABILITATION
    43. Cheng, YW; Kawachi, I; Coakley, EH; Schwartz, J; Colditz, G
      Association between psychosocial work characteristics and health functioning in American women: prospective study

      BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL
    44. Grzywacz, JG; Fuqua, J
      The social ecology of health: Leverage points and linkages

      BEHAVIORAL MEDICINE
    45. Sykes, DH; Hanley, M; Boyle, DM; Higginson, JDS
      Work strain and the post-discharge adjustment of patients following a heart attack

      PSYCHOLOGY & HEALTH
    46. Belkic, K; Schnall, P; Ugljesic, M
      Cardiovascular evaluation of the worker and workplace: A practical guide for clinicians

      OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE-STATE OF THE ART REVIEWS
    47. Nowack, KM; Schnall, P; Melamed, S; Froom, P; Fisher, J; Belkic, K
      Screening and management of the workplace for CVD risk

      OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE-STATE OF THE ART REVIEWS
    48. Levi, L; Fine, L; Steenland, K; Warren, N; Shimomitsu, T; Odagiri, Y; Kimmel, M; Landsbergis, P
      Legal and legislative issues

      OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE-STATE OF THE ART REVIEWS
    49. Belkic, K; Schnall, P; Landsbergis, P; Baker, D
      The workplace and cardiovascular health: Conclusions and thoughts for a future agenda

      OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE-STATE OF THE ART REVIEWS
    50. Steptoe, A
      Psychosocial factors in the development of hypertension

      ANNALS OF MEDICINE
    51. Netterstrom, B; Hansen, AM
      Outsourcing and stress: Physiological effects on bus drivers

      STRESS MEDICINE
    52. Zeytinoglu, IU; Denton, MA; Webb, S; Lian, J
      Self-reported musculoskeletal disorders among visiting and office home care workers

      WOMEN & HEALTH
    53. Vingard, E; Alfredsson, L; Hagberg, M; Kilbom, A; Theorell, T; Waldenstrom, M; Hjelm, EW; Wiktorin, C; Hogstedt, C
      To what extent do current and past physical and psychosocial occupational factors explain care-seeking for low back pain in a working population? Results from the musculoskeletal intervention center-Norrtalje study

      SPINE
    54. Krause, N; Lynch, JW; Kaplan, GA; Cohen, RD; Salonen, R; Salonen, JT
      Standing at work and progression of carotid atherosclerosis

      SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF WORK ENVIRONMENT & HEALTH
    55. van Amelsvoort, LGPM; Schouten, EG; Maan, AC; Swenne, CA; Kok, FJ
      Occupational determinants of heart rate variability

      INTERNATIONAL ARCHIVES OF OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH
    56. Peter, R; Siegrist, J
      Psychosocial work environment and the risk of coronary heart disease

      INTERNATIONAL ARCHIVES OF OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH
    57. van Loon, AJM; Tijhuis, M; Surtees, PG; Ormel, J
      Lifestyle risk factors for cancer: the relationship with psychosocial workenvironment

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY
    58. Steptoe, A; Cropley, M; Joekes, K
      Task demands and the pressures of everyday life: Associations between cardiovascular reactivity and work blood pressure and heart rate

      HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY
    59. de Jonge, J; Bosma, H; Peter, R; Siegrist, J
      Job strain, effort-reward imbalance and employee wellbeing: a large-scale cross-sectional study

      SOCIAL SCIENCE & MEDICINE
    60. Steptoe, A; Lundwall, K; Cropley, M
      Gender, family structure and cardiovascular activity during the working day and evening

      SOCIAL SCIENCE & MEDICINE
    61. Sargent, LD; Terry, DJ
      The moderating role of social support in Karasek's job strain model

      WORK AND STRESS
    62. Vrijkotte, TGM; van Doornen, LJP; de Geus, EJC
      Effects of work stress on ambulatory blood pressure, heart rate, and heartrate variability

      HYPERTENSION
    63. Vahtera, T; Kivimaki, M; Pentti, J; Theorell, T
      Effect of change in the psychosocial work environment on sickness absence:a seven year follow up of initially healthy employees

      JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY AND COMMUNITY HEALTH
    64. Orth-Gomer, K; Wamala, SP; Horsten, M; Schenck-Gustafsson, K; Schneiderman, N; Mittleman, MA
      Marital stress worsens prognosis in women with coronary heart disease - The Stockholm Female Coronary Risk Study

      JAMA-JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION
    65. Matthews, KA; Raikkonen, K; Everson, SA; Flory, JD; Marco, CA; Owens, JF; Lloyd, CE
      Do the daily experiences of healthy men and women vary according to occupational prestige and work strain?

      PSYCHOSOMATIC MEDICINE
    66. Steptoe, A; Cropley, M; Griffith, J; Kirschbaum, C
      Job strain and anger expression predict early morning elevations in salivary cortisol

      PSYCHOSOMATIC MEDICINE
    67. Yoshimasu, K; Liu, Y; Kodama, H; Sasazuki, S; Washio, M; Tanaka, K; Tokunaga, S; Kono, S; Arai, H; Koyanagi, S; Hiyamuta, K; Doi, Y; Kawano, T; Nakagaki, O; Takada, K; Nii, T; Shirai, K; Ideishi, M; Arakawa, K; Mohri, M; Takeshita, A
      Job strain, Type A behavior pattern, and the prevalence of coronary atherosclerosis in Japanese working men

      JOURNAL OF PSYCHOSOMATIC RESEARCH
    68. Baker, B; Paquette, M; Szalai, JP; Driver, H; Perger, T; Helmers, K; O'Kelley, B; Tobe, S
      The influence of marital adjustment on 3-year left ventricular mass and ambulatory blood pressure in mild hypertension

      ARCHIVES OF INTERNAL MEDICINE
    69. Herbert, R; Schechter, C; Smith, DA; Phillips, R; Diamond, J; Carroll, S; Weiner, J; Dahms, TE; Landrigan, PJ
      Occupational coronary heart disease among bridge and tunnel officers

      ARCHIVES OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH
    70. Montgomery, SM; Berney, LR; Blane, D
      Prepubertal stature and blood pressure in early old age

      ARCHIVES OF DISEASE IN CHILDHOOD
    71. Csef, H
      Compulsive behavior, type-A behavior, workaholism and myocardial infarction

      ZEITSCHRIFT FUR KLINISCHE PSYCHOLOGIE PSYCHIATRIE UND PSYCHOTHERAPIE
    72. Netterstrom, B; Nielsen, FE; Kristensen, TS; Bach, E; Moller, L
      Relation between job strain and myocardial infarction: a case-control study

      OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE
    73. Knutsson, A; Hallquist, J; Reuterwall, C; Theorell, T; Akerstedt, T
      Shiftwork and myocardial infarction: a case-control study

      OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE
    74. Jonsson, D; Rosengren, A; Dotevall, A; Lappas, G; Wilhelmsen, L
      Job control, job demands and social support at work in relation to cardiovascular risk factors in MONICA 1995, Goteborg

      JOURNAL OF CARDIOVASCULAR RISK
    75. Calvert, GM; Merling, JW; Burnett, CA
      Ischemic heart disease mortality and occupation among 16-to 60-year-old males

      JOURNAL OF OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE
    76. Magnavita, N; Bevilacqua, L; Mirk, P; Fileni, A; Castellino, N
      Work-related musculoskeletal complaints in sonologists

      JOURNAL OF OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE
    77. Marcoux, S; Berube, S; Brisson, C; Mondor, M
      Job strain and pregnancy-induced hypertension

      EPIDEMIOLOGY
    78. Hemingway, H; Marmot, M
      Evidence based cardiology - Psychosocial factors in the aetiology and prognosis of coronary heart disease: systematic review of prospective cohort studies

      BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL
    79. Reuterwall, C; Hallqvist, J; Ahlbom, A; De Faire, U; Diderichsen, F; Hogstedt, C; Pershagen, G; Theorell, T; Wiman, B; Wolk, A
      Higher relative, but lower absolute risks of myocardial infarction in women than in men: analysis of some major risk factors in the SHEEP study

      JOURNAL OF INTERNAL MEDICINE
    80. Baker, B; Helmers, K; O'Kelly, B; Sakinofsky, I; Abelsohn, A; Tobe, S
      Marital cohesion and ambulatory blood pressure in early hypertension

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF HYPERTENSION
    81. McCann, BS; Benjamin, GAH; Wilkinson, CW; Retzlaff, BM; Russo, J; Knopp, RH
      Plasma lipid concentrations during episodic occupational stress

      ANNALS OF BEHAVIORAL MEDICINE
    82. Storr, CL; Trinkoff, AM; Anthony, JC
      Job strain and non-medical drug use

      DRUG AND ALCOHOL DEPENDENCE
    83. Kristensen, TS
      Challenges for research and prevention in relation to work and cardiovascular diseases

      SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF WORK ENVIRONMENT & HEALTH
    84. Theorell, T
      How to deal with stress in organizations? a health perspective on theory and practice

      SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF WORK ENVIRONMENT & HEALTH
    85. Peter, R; Alfredsson, L; Knutsson, A; Siegrist, J; Westerholm, P
      Does a stressful psychosocial work environment mediate the effects of shift work on cardiovascular risk factors?

      SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF WORK ENVIRONMENT & HEALTH
    86. Steptoe, A; Cropley, M; Griffith, J; Joekes, K
      The influence of abdominal obesity and chronic work stress on ambulatory blood pressure in men and women

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF OBESITY
    87. Moore, L; Meyer, F; Perusse, M; Cantin, B; Dagenais, GR; Bairati, I; Savard, J
      Psychological stress and incidence of ischaemic heart disease

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY
    88. Hemstrom, O
      Does the work environment contribute to excess male mortality?

      SOCIAL SCIENCE & MEDICINE
    89. Moisan, J; Bourbonnais, R; Brisson, C; Gaudet, M; Vezina, M; Vinet, A; Gregoire, JP
      Job strain and psychotropic drug use among white-collar workers

      WORK AND STRESS
    90. Eriksen, HR; Ursin, H
      Subjective health complaints: is coping more important than control?

      WORK AND STRESS
    91. Searle, BJ; Bright, JEH; Bochner, S
      Testing the 3-factor model of occupational stress: the impact of demands, control and social support on a mail sorting task

      WORK AND STRESS
    92. Van der Doef, M; Maes, S
      The Job Demand-Control(-Support) model and psychological well-being: a review of 20 years of empirical research

      WORK AND STRESS
    93. Mikkelsen, A; Saksvik, PO; Eriksen, HR; Ursin, H
      The impact of learning opportunities and decision authority on occupational health

      WORK AND STRESS
    94. Light, KC; Girdler, SS; Sherwood, A; Bragdon, EE; Brownley, KA; West, SG; Hinderliter, AL
      High stress responsivity predicts later blood pressure only in combinationwith positive family history and high life stress

      HYPERTENSION
    95. Christenfeld, N; Glynn, LM; Phillips, DP; Shrira, I
      Exposure to New York City as a risk factor for heart attack mortality

      PSYCHOSOMATIC MEDICINE
    96. Goldstein, IB; Shapiro, D; Chicz-DeMet, A; Guthrie, D
      Ambulatory blood pressure, heart rate, and neuroendocrine responses in women nurses during work and off work days

      PSYCHOSOMATIC MEDICINE
    97. Brisson, C; Laflamme, N; Moisan, J; Milot, A; Masse, B; Vezina, M
      Effect of family responsibilities and job strain on ambulatory blood pressure among white-collar women

      PSYCHOSOMATIC MEDICINE
    98. Dormann, C; Zapf, D
      Social support, social stressors at work, and depressive symptoms: Testingfor main and moderating effects with structural equations in a three-wave longitudinal study

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY
    99. Tennant, C
      Life stress, social support and coronary heart disease

      AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND JOURNAL OF PSYCHIATRY
    100. HAMMAR N; ALFREDSSON L; JOHNSON JV
      JOB STRAIN, SOCIAL SUPPORT AT WORK, AND INCIDENCE OF MYOCARDIAL-INFARCTION

      Occupational and environmental medicine


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