Key term: stress

Original article [online first; 16 November 2017]   pdf
A health economic outcome evaluation of an internet-based mobile-supported stress management intervention for employees
Ebert DD, Kählke F, Buntrock C, Berking M, Smit F, Heber E, Baumeister H, Funk B, Riper H, Lehr D
 
Short communication [online first; 27 October 2017]   pdf
Can illegitimate job tasks be reduced by a participatory organizational-level workplace intervention? Results of a cluster randomized controlled trial in Danish pre-schools
Framke E, Sørensen OH, Pedersen J, Rugulies R
 
Book review 2017;43(5):504-504   pdf full text
Work Stress and Health in a Globalized Economy: The Model of Effort–Reward Imbalance
van Hooff M
 
Original article 2017;43(5):436-446   pdf full text
Return to work after work-related stress: a randomized controlled trial of a work-focused cognitive behavioral intervention
Dalgaard VL, Aschbacher K, Andersen JH, Glasscock DJ, Willert MV, Carstensen O, Biering K
 
Original article 2017;43(5):475-484   pdf full text
Autonomic dysregulation in burnout and depression: evidence for the central role of exhaustion
Kanthak MK, Stalder T, Hill LK, Thayer JF, Penz M, Kirschbaum C
 
Editorial 2017;43(4):291-293   pdf full text
On effort–reward imbalance and depression
Theorell T
 
Review 2017;43(4):294-306   pdf full text
Effort–reward imbalance at work and risk of depressive disorders. A systematic review and meta-analysis of prospective cohort studies
Rugulies R, Aust B, Madsen IEH
 
Original article 2017;43(2):109-116   pdf full text
The impact of reduced worktime on sleep and perceived stress – a group randomized intervention study using diary data
Schiller H, Lekander M, Rajaleid K, Hellgren C, Åkerstedt T, Barck-Holst P, Kecklund G
 
Editorial 2016;42(5):355-358   pdf full text
Organizational stress management interventions: Is it the singer not the song?
Kompier M, Aust B
 
Original article 2016;42(5):382-394   pdf full text
Internet- and mobile-based stress management for employees with adherence-focused guidance: efficacy and mechanism of change
Ebert DD, Lehr D, Heber E, Riper H, Cuijpers P, Berking M
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