Based on current empirical and theoretical research in the field of occupational stress, this text is arranged in five parts, covering: theoretical approaches; model testing formats; occupational stress research and coping mechanisms; burnout; and interventions directed at stress reduction.
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Part One: Theoretical Perspectives in Occupational Research; Psychological Stress in the Workplace; Work Stress Conceived and Researched Transactionally; Measuring Occupational Stress: The Job Stress Survey. Part Two: Sources and Consequences of Occupational Stress: Model Testing; Coping with Stressful Life Events: An Empirical Analysis; A Field Study of Some Antecedents and Consequences of Felt Job Stress. Part Three: The Impact of Persistence on Stressor-Strain and Strain-Intentions to Leave Relationships: A Field Examination. Part Four: An Examination of Burnout; Individual, Organisational, and Social Determinants of Managerial Burnout: Theoretical and Empirical Update; The Relationship Between Social Support and Burnout Over Time in Teachers; Burnout and Coping Strategies: A Comparative Study of Ward Nurses. Part Five: Interventions Aimed at Occupational Strain Reductions; The Impact of Stress Counselling at Work; Relations Between Exercise and Employee Responses to Work Stressors: A Summary of Two Studies.
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