Key term: cortisol

Original article 2014;40(3):305-314   pdf full text
Workers’ psychological distress, depression, and burnout symptoms: associations with diurnal cortisol profiles
Marchand A, Durand P, Juster R-P, Lupien SJ
Original article 2013;39(3):310-318   pdf full text
Illegitimate tasks associated with higher cortisol levels among male employees when subjective health is relatively low: an intra-individual analysis
Kottwitz MU, Meier LL, Jacobshagen N, Kälin W, Elfering A, Hennig J, Semmer NK
Original article 2009;35(3):188-192   pdf
Work characteristics as predictors of physiological recovery on weekends
Berset M, Semmer NK, Elfering A, Amstad FT, Jacobshagen N
Original article 2007;33(4):260-266   pdf
Physiological and psychological stress reactions in relation to classroom noise
Wålinder R, Gunnarsson K, Runeson R, Smedje G
Article 2006;32(6):493-501   pdf
Psychosocial stress and impaired sleep
Åkerstedt T
Original article SJWEH Suppl 2006; (2):35-40   pdf
Weekday and weekend patterns of diurnal cortisol, activation and fatigue among people scoring high for burnout
Söderström M, Ekstedt M, Åkerstedt T
Original article SJWEH Suppl 2006; (2):15-21   pdf
The cortisol awakening response—an exploration of intraindividual stability and negative responses
Carlsson Eek F, Garde AH, Hansen ÅM, Persson R, Ørbæk P, Karlson B
Original article 2006;32(4):318-327   pdf
Overtime work and its effects on sleep, sleepiness, cortisol and blood pressure in an experimental field study
Dahlgren A, Kecklund G, Åkerstedt T
Original article 2005;31(4):277-285   pdf
Different levels of work-related stress and the effects on sleep, fatigue and cortisol
Dahlgren A, Kecklund G, Åkerstedt T
Original article 2000;26(4):306-316   pdf
Neuroendocrine reactivity and recovery from work with different physical and mental demands
Sluiter JK, Frings-Dresen MHW, van der Beek AJ, Meijman TF, Heisterkamp SH
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