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    1. Schonfeld, IS
      Stress in 1st-year women teachers: The context of social support and coping

      GENETIC SOCIAL AND GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY MONOGRAPHS
    2. Code, S; Langan-Fox, J
      Motivation, cognitions and traits: predicting occupational health, well-being and performance

      STRESS AND HEALTH
    3. Chen, WQ; Wong, TW; Yu, TS
      Reliability and validity of the Occupational Stress Scale for Chinese off-shore oil installation workers

      STRESS AND HEALTH
    4. Bennett, P; Lowe, R; Matthews, V; Dourali, M; Tattersall, A
      Stress in nurses: coping, managerial support and work demand

      STRESS AND HEALTH
    5. Kahn, JA; Parsons, SK; Pizzo, PA; Newburger, JW; Homer, CJ
      Work-family issues and perceptions of stress among pediatric faculty and house staff

      AMBULATORY PEDIATRICS
    6. Tennant, C
      Life stress and hypertension

      JOURNAL OF CARDIOVASCULAR RISK
    7. Winefield, AH; Jarrett, R
      Occupational stress in university staff

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF STRESS MANAGEMENT
    8. Jamal, M; Baba, VV
      Type-a behavior, job performance, and well-being in college teachers

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF STRESS MANAGEMENT
    9. Brotheridge, CM
      A comparison of alternative models of coping: Identifying relationships among coworker support, workload, and emotional exhaustion in the workplace

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF STRESS MANAGEMENT
    10. Munz, DC; Kohler, JM; Greenberg, CI
      Effectiveness of a comprehensive worksite stress management program: Combining organizational and individual interventions

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF STRESS MANAGEMENT
    11. Beasley, BW; Kern, DE; Kolodner, K
      Job turnover and its correlates among residency program directors in internal medicine: A three-year cohort study

      ACADEMIC MEDICINE
    12. de Jonge, J; Dormann, C; Janssen, PPM; Dollard, MF; Landeweerd, JA; Nijhuis, FJN
      Testing reciprocal relationships between job characteristics and psychological well-being: A cross-lagged structural equation model

      JOURNAL OF OCCUPATIONAL AND ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
    13. Westman, M; Etzion, D; Danon, E
      Job insecurity and crossover of burnout in married couples

      JOURNAL OF ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR
    14. Gellis, ZD
      Job stress among academic health center and community hospital social workers

      ADMINISTRATION IN SOCIAL WORK
    15. Auster, ER
      Professional women's midcareer satisfaction: Toward an explanatory framework

      SEX ROLES
    16. 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
    17. Cole, FL; Slocumb, EM; Mastey, JM
      A measure of critical care nurses' post-code stress

      JOURNAL OF ADVANCED NURSING
    18. Payne, N
      Occupational stressors and coping as determinants of burnout in female hospice nurses

      JOURNAL OF ADVANCED NURSING
    19. Lee, J; Graham, AV
      Students' perception of medical school stress and their evaluation of a wellness elective

      MEDICAL EDUCATION
    20. Moore, R; Brodsgaard, I
      Dentists' perceived stress and its relation to perceptions about anxious patients

      COMMUNITY DENTISTRY AND ORAL EPIDEMIOLOGY
    21. Feuerstein, M; Berkowitz, SM; Haufler, AJ; Lopez, MS; Huang, GD
      Working with low back pain: workplace and individual psychosocial determinants of limited duty and lost time

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL MEDICINE
    22. Bourbonnais, R; Mondor, M
      Job strain and sickness absence among nurses in the Province of Quebec

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL MEDICINE
    23. Lindorff, M
      Are they lonely at the top? Social relationships and social support among Australian managers

      WORK AND STRESS
    24. Rodriguez, I; Bravo, MJ; Peiro, JM; Schaufeli, W
      The Demands-Control-Support model, locus of control and job dissatisfaction: a longitudinal study

      WORK AND STRESS
    25. Beehr, TA; Glaser, KM; Canali, KG; Wallwey, DA
      Back to basics: Re-examination of Demand-Control Theory of occupational stress

      WORK AND STRESS
    26. Swanson, V; Power, K
      Employees' perceptions of organizational restructuring: the role of socialsupport

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

      WORK AND STRESS
    28. Tsutsumi, A; Ishitake, T; Peter, R; Siegrist, J; Matoba, T
      The Japanese version of the Effort-Reward Imbalance Questionnaire: a studyin dental technicians

      WORK AND STRESS
    29. 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
    30. Orel, VE
      The phenomenon of "burnout" in foreign psychology: Empiric researches and perspectives

      PSIKHOLOGICHESKII ZHURNAL
    31. Tyssen, R; Vaglum, P; Gronvold, NT; Ekeberg, O
      Suicidal ideation among medical students and young physicians: a nationwide and prospective study of prevalence and predictors

      JOURNAL OF AFFECTIVE DISORDERS
    32. van der Klink, JJL; Blonk, RWB; Schene, AH; van Dijk, FJH
      The benefits of interventions for work-related stress

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH
    33. Su, CT
      Association between job strain status and cardiovascular risk in a population of Taiwanese white-collar workers

      JAPANESE CIRCULATION JOURNAL-ENGLISH EDITION
    34. Saksvik, PO; Nytro, K
      Improving subjective health and reducing absenteeism in a natural work life-intervention

      SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY
    35. Al-Mashaan, OS
      Job stress and job satisfaction and their relation to neuroticism, Type A behavior, and locus of control among Kuwaiti personnel

      PSYCHOLOGICAL REPORTS
    36. Torp, S; Riise, T; Moen, BE
      The impact of social and organizational factors on workers' coping with musculoskeletal symptoms

      PHYSICAL THERAPY
    37. Busch, TW; Pederson, K; Espin, CA; Weissenburger, JW
      Teaching students with learning disabilities: Perceptions of a first-year teacher

      JOURNAL OF SPECIAL EDUCATION
    38. Li, TC; Lee, YD; Lee, YY; Chen, CC; Chi, CH
      Validation of the Chinese-version MPSS-R for occupational stress among emergency nurses

      JOURNAL OF PSYCHOSOMATIC RESEARCH
    39. Portello, JY; Long, BC
      Appraisals and coping with workplace interpersonal stress: A model for women managers

      JOURNAL OF COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGY
    40. Brouwers, A; Evers, WJG; Tomic, W
      Self-efficacy in eliciting social support and burnout among secondary-school teachers

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
    41. Zellars, KL; Perrewe, PL
      Affective personality and the content of emotional social support: Coping in organizations

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY
    42. Judge, TA; Bono, JE
      Relationship of core self-evaluations traits-self-esteem, generalized self-efficacy, locus of control, and emotional stability-with job satisfaction and job performance: A meta-analysis

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY
    43. Mackie, KS; Holahan, CK; Gottlieb, NH
      Employee involvement management practices, work stress, and depression in employees of a human services residential care facility

      HUMAN RELATIONS
    44. Hepburn, A; Brown, SD
      Teacher stress and the management of accountability

      HUMAN RELATIONS
    45. Westman, M
      Stress and strain crossover

      HUMAN RELATIONS
    46. Daniels, K
      Stress and emotion: A new synthesis

      HUMAN RELATIONS
    47. Forlin, C
      Inclusion: identifying potential stressors for regular class teachers

      EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH
    48. van Dick, R; Wagner, U
      Stress and strain in teaching: A structural equation approach

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
    49. Laschinger, HKS; Finegan, J; Shamian, J; Almost, J
      Testing Karasek's demands-control model in restructured healthcare settings: Effects of job strain on staff nurses' quality of work life

      JOURNAL OF NURSING ADMINISTRATION
    50. Laschinger, HKS; Finegan, J; Shamian, J; Wilk, P
      Impact of structural and psychological empowerment on job strain in nursing work settings - Expanding Kanter's model

      JOURNAL OF NURSING ADMINISTRATION
    51. Clarke, SG; Cooper, CL
      The risk management of occupational stress

      HEALTH RISK & SOCIETY
    52. Lu, L; Kao, SF; Cooper, CL; Spector, PE
      Managerial stress, locus of control, and job strain in Taiwan and UK: A comparative study

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF STRESS MANAGEMENT
    53. Lapp, J; Attridge, M
      Worksite interventions reduce stress among high school teachers and staff

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF STRESS MANAGEMENT
    54. Leung, TW; Siu, OL; Spector, PE
      Faculty stressors, job satisfaction, and psychological distress among university teachers in Hong Kong: The role of locus of control

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF STRESS MANAGEMENT
    55. van der Doef, M; Maes, S; Diekstra, R
      An examination of the job demand-control-support model with various occupational strain indicators

      ANXIETY STRESS AND COPING
    56. Janssen, O
      Job demands, perceptions of effort-reward fairness and innovative work behaviour

      JOURNAL OF OCCUPATIONAL AND ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
    57. Smith, A
      The scale of perceived occupational stress

      OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE-OXFORD
    58. Daniels, K; Harris, C
      Work, psychological well-being and performance

      OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE-OXFORD
    59. Reynolds, S
      Interventions: what works, what doesn't?

      OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE-OXFORD
    60. Shepard, JD; al'Absi, M; Whitsett, TL; Passey, RB; Lovallo, WR
      Additive pressor effects of caffeine and stress in male medical students at risk for hypertension

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF HYPERTENSION
    61. Sosik, JJ; Godshalk, VM
      Leadership styles, mentoring functions received, and job-related stress: aconceptual model and preliminary study

      JOURNAL OF ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR
    62. Beehr, TA; Jex, SM; Stacy, BA; Murray, MA
      Work stressors and coworker support as predictors of individual strain andjob performance

      JOURNAL OF ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR
    63. Stephens, C; Long, N
      Communication with police supervisors and peers as a buffer of work-related traumatic stress

      JOURNAL OF ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR
    64. Landsbergis, P; Theorell, T; Schwartz, J; Greiner, BA; Krause, N
      Measurement of psychosocial workplace exposure variables

      OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE-STATE OF THE ART REVIEWS
    65. 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
    66. 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
    67. Kirkcaldy, B; Petersen, LE; Trimpop, R
      Occupational stress and working climate profiles of medical professionals and auxiliary personnel: ten years after reunification

      STRESS MEDICINE
    68. Widerszal-Bazyl, M; Cooper, CL; Sparks, K; Spector, PE
      Managerial stress in private and state organisations in Poland

      STRESS MEDICINE
    69. Kirkcaldy, BD; Athanasou, JA; Trimpop, R
      The idiosyncratic construction of stress: examples from medical work settings

      STRESS MEDICINE
    70. Kirkcaldy, BD; Martin, T
      Job stress and satisfaction among nurses: individual differences

      STRESS MEDICINE
    71. De Croon, EM; Van der Beek, AJ; Blonk, RWB; Frings-Dresen, MHW
      Job stress and psychosomatic health complaints among Dutch truck drivers: A re-evaluation of Karasek's interactive job demand-control model

      STRESS MEDICINE
    72. Mallon, WK
      Untitled

      JOURNAL OF EMERGENCY MEDICINE
    73. Ducharme, LJ; Martin, JK
      Unrewarding work, coworker support, and job satisfaction - A test of the buffering hypothesis

      WORK AND OCCUPATIONS
    74. Jones, MC; Johnston, DW
      Reducing distress in first level and student nurses: a review of the applied stress management literature

      JOURNAL OF ADVANCED NURSING
    75. Callaghan, P; Tak-Ying, SA; Wyatt, PA
      Factors related to stress and coping among Chinese nurses in Hong Kong

      JOURNAL OF ADVANCED NURSING
    76. Thong, JYL; Yap, CS
      Information systems and occupational stress: a theoretical framework

      OMEGA-INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT SCIENCE
    77. Moore, JE
      One road to turnover: An examination of work exhaustion in technology professionals

      MIS QUARTERLY
    78. Jolibois, S; Mouze-Amady, M; Chouaniere, D; Grandjean, F; Nauer, E; Ducloy, J
      WebStress: a web interface to explore a multidatabase bibliographic corpuson occupational stress

      WORK AND STRESS
    79. Calnan, M; Wainwright, D; Almond, S
      Job Strain, Effort-Reward Imbalance and mental distress: a study of occupations in general medical practice

      WORK AND STRESS
    80. Dick, P
      The social construction of the meaning of acute stressors: a qualitative study of the personal accounts of police officers using a stress counsellingservice

      WORK AND STRESS
    81. Jimmieson, NL
      Employee reactions to behavioural control under conditions of stress: the moderating role of self-efficacy

      WORK AND STRESS
    82. Bliese, PD; Castro, CA
      Role clarity, work overload and organizational support: multilevel evidence of the importance of support

      WORK AND STRESS
    83. Kraemer, WJ; Volek, JS; Bush, JA; Gotshalk, LA; Wagner, PR; Gomez, AL; Zatsiorsky, VM; Duzrte, M; Ratamess, NA; Mazzetti, SA; Selle, BJ
      Influence of compression hosiery on physiological responses to standing fatigue in women

      MEDICINE AND SCIENCE IN SPORTS AND EXERCISE
    84. Kloimuller, I; Karazman, R; Geissler, H; Karazman-Morawetz, I; Haupt, H
      The relation of age, work ability index and stress-inducing factors among bus drivers

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL ERGONOMICS
    85. Anshel, MH
      A conceptual model and implications for coping with stressful events in police work

      CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND BEHAVIOR
    86. Collins, S; Parry-Jones, B
      Stress: The perceptions of social work lecturers in Britain

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF SOCIAL WORK
    87. Patterson, GT
      Demographic factors as predictors of coping strategies among police officers

      PSYCHOLOGICAL REPORTS
    88. Yoon, J; Thye, S
      Supervisor support in the work place: Legitimacy and positive affectivity

      JOURNAL OF SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
    89. Cavanaugh, MA; Boswell, WR; Roehling, MV; Boudreau, JW
      An empirical examination of self-reported work stress among US managers

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY
    90. Pongruengphant, R; Tyson, PD
      When nurses cry: coping with occupational stress in Thailand

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF NURSING STUDIES
    91. Kipping, CJ
      Stress in mental health nursing

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF NURSING STUDIES
    92. Jamal, M; Baba, VV
      Job stress and burnout among Canadian managers and nurses: An empirical examination

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH-REVUE CANADIENNE DE SANTE PUBLIQUE
    93. Poulou, M; Norwich, B
      Teachers' causal attributions, cognitive, emotional and behavioural responses to students with emotional and behavioural difficulties

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
    94. ZANI B; PIETRANTONI B
      ANTECEDENTI E CONSEGUENTI DEL BURNOUT NEL PERSONALE OSPEDALIERO

      Bollettino di psicologia applicata (1960)
    95. Piko, B
      Work-related stress among nurses: a challenge for health care institutions

      JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY FOR THE PROMOTION OF HEALTH
    96. Haynes, CE; Wall, TD; Bolden, RI; Stride, C
      Measures of perceived work characteristics for health services research: Test of a measurement model and normative data

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY
    97. Stansfeld, SA; Fuhrer, R; Shipley, MJ; Marmot, MG
      Work characteristics predict psychiatric disorder: prospective results from the Whitehall II study

      OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE
    98. Pezet-Langevin, V; Rolland, JP
      Job characteristics, burnout, and withdrawal from work attitude

      EUROPEAN REVIEW OF APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY-REVUE EUROPEENNE DE PSYCHOLOGIE APPLIQUEE
    99. Houtman, I; Kornitzer, M; De Smet, P; Koyuncu, R; De Backer, G; Pelfrene, E; Romon, M; Boulenguez, C; Ferrario, M; Origgi, G; Sans, S; Perez, I; Wilhelmsen, L; Rosengren, A; Isacsson, SO; Ostergren, PO
      Job stress, absenteeism and coronary heart disease European cooperative study (the JACE study) - Design of a multicentre prospective study

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH
    100. Dollard, MF; Metzer, JC
      Psychological research, practice, and production: The occupational stress problem

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF STRESS MANAGEMENT


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