Key term: demand–control model

Letter to the Editor 2016;42(3):251-255   pdf full text
Methodological and conceptual issues regarding occupational psychosocial coronary heart disease epidemiology
Burr H, Formazin M, Pohrt A
 
Original article 2015;41(1):43-53   pdf full text
Job demands and alcohol use: testing a moderated mediation model
Nielsen MB, Finne LB, Christensen JO, Knardahl S
 
Review 2014;40(2):109-132   pdf full text
Adverse effects of psychosocial work factors on blood pressure: systematic review of studies on demand–control–support and effort–reward imbalance models
Gilbert-Ouimet M, Trudel X, Brisson C, Milot A, Vézina M
 
Article SJWEH Suppl 2008; (6):117-135   pdf
Low social control and physiological deregulation—the stress–disequilibrium theory, towards a new demand–control model
Karasek R
 
Article SJWEH Suppl 2008; (6):75-82   pdf
Contribution of job strain to nurses’ consideration of leaving the profession—results from the longitudinal European nurses’ early exit study
Hasselhorn HM, Conway PM, Widerszal-Bazyl M, Simon M, Tackenberg P, Schmidt S, Camerino D, Müller BH; NEXT study group
 
Article SJWEH Suppl 2008; (6):66-74   pdf
Local and global factors in work stress—the Australian dairy farming examplar
Wallis A, Dollard MF
 
Article SJWEH Suppl 2008; (6):60-65   pdf
Social class, job insecurity and job strain in Korea
Cho S-I, Eum K-D, Choi BK, Paek D, Karasek R
 
Article SJWEH Suppl 2008; (6):52-59   pdf
Validity and reliability of the job content questionnaire in formal and informal jobs in Brazil
de Araújo TM, Karasek R
 
Article 2006;32(6):473-481   pdf
Work stress and health risk behavior
Siegrist J, Rödel A
 
Original article 2002;28(2):94-108   pdf
Effects of stable and changing demand–control histories on worker health
de Lange AH, Taris TW, Kompier MAJ, Houtman ILD, Bongers PM
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