Key term: job strain

Original article 2018;44(2):183-191   pdf full text
Do resources buffer the prospective association of psychosocial work stress with depression? Longitudinal evidence from ageing workers
Lunau T, Wahrendorf M, Müller A, Wright B, Dragano N
 
Editorial 2017;43(5):393-395   pdf full text
Analytical strategies to determine whether job strain is an important risk factor for occurrence of low-back pain
Burdorf A, LaMontagne AD
 
Original article 2017;43(5):405-414   pdf full text
Work-related biomechanical exposure and job strain in midlife separately and jointly predict disability after 28 years: a Finnish longitudinal study
Prakash KC, Neupane S, Leino-Arjas P, von Bonsdorff MB, Rantanen T, von Bonsdorff ME, Seitsamo J, Ilmarinen J, Nygård C-H
 
Original article 2017;43(5):396-404   pdf full text
Temporal relationships between job strain and low-back pain
Magnusson Hanson LL, Madsen IEH, Rugulies R, Peristera P, Westerlund H, Descatha A
 
Original article 2017;43(4):367-374   pdf full text
The psychosocial work environment is associated with risk of stroke at working age
Jood K, Karlsson N, Medin J, Pessah-Rasmussen H, Wester P, Ekberg K
 
Editorial 2017;43(1):1-4   pdf full text
Addressing long-term sickness absence: moving beyond disease, illness and work-related factors for effective prevention
van Amelsvoort LGPM, Jansen NWH, Kant I
 
Original article 2017;43(1):5-14   pdf full text
Job strain and informal caregiving as predictors of long-term sickness absence: A longitudinal multi-cohort study
Mortensen J, Dich N, Lange T, Alexanderson K, Goldberg M, Head J, Kivimäki M, Madsen IEH, Rugulies R, Vahtera J, Zins M, Rod NH
 
Original article 2016;42(4):309-319   pdf full text
Overcommitment as a predictor of effort–reward imbalance: evidence from an 8-year follow-up study
Feldt T, Hyvönen K, Mäkikangas A, Rantanen J, Huhtala M, Kinnunen U
 
Original article 2016;42(3):228-236   pdf full text
The association between job stress and leisure-time physical inactivity adjusted for individual attributes: evidence from a Japanese occupational cohort survey
Oshio T, Tsutsumi A, Inoue A
 
Letters to the Editor 2015;41(5):504-505   pdf full text
Excuse me, but did the IPD-work consortium just “falsify” the job-strain model? 
Ingre M
 
Original article 2015;41(4):397-406   pdf full text
Occupational exposures and sick leave during pregnancy: results from a Danish cohort study
Hansen ML, Thulstrup AM, Juhl M, Kristensen JK, Ramlau-Hansen CH
 
Original article 2015;41(3):280-287   pdf full text
Psychosocial work environment and risk of ischemic stroke and coronary heart disease: a prospective longitudinal study of 75 236 construction workers
Schiöler L, Söderberg M, Rosengren A, Järvholm B, Torén K
 
Original article 2014;40(6):639-648   pdf full text
Exposure to psychosocial job strain during pregnancy and odds of asthma and atopic dermatitis among 7-year old children – a prospective cohort study
Larsen AD, Schlünssen V, Christensen BH, Bonde JP, Obel C, Thulstrup AM, Hannerz H, ­Hougaard KS
 
Original article 2014;40(5):457-464   pdf full text
Job control and ambulatory blood pressure
Mc Carthy VJC, Perry IJ, Greiner BA
 
Review 2014;40(5):441-456   pdf full text
A reciprocal interplay between psychosocial job stressors and worker well-being? A systematic review of the “reversed” effect
Tang K
 
Commentary 2014;40(1):89-95   pdf full text
Commentary triggered by the Individual Participant Data Meta-Analysis Consortium study of job strain and myocardial infarction risk
Theorell T
 
Original article 2014;40(3):266-277   pdf full text
Effort–reward imbalance as a risk factor for disability pension: the Finnish Public Sector Study
Juvani A, Oksanen T, Salo P, Virtanen M, Kivimäki M, Pentti J, Vahtera J
 
Original article 2013;39(6):568-577   pdf full text
Risk of surgery for subacromial impingement syndrome in relation to neck-shoulder complaints and occupational biomechanical exposures: a longitudinal study
Svendsen SW, Dalbøge A, Andersen JH, Thomsen JF, Frost P
 
Review 2013;39(3):241-258   pdf full text
Psychosocial factors at work, long work hours, and obesity: a systematic review
Solovieva S, Lallukka T, Virtanen M, Viikari-Juntura E
 
Original article 2013;39(2):195-203   pdf full text
Joint effects of job strain and road-traffic and occupational noise on myocardial infarction
Selander J, Bluhm G, Nilsson M, Hallqvist J, Theorell T, Willix P, Pershagen G
 
Original article 2013;39(1):112-119   pdf full text
The effect of job strain on nighttime blood pressure dipping among men and women with high blood pressure
Fan L-B, Blumenthal JA, Hinderliter AL, Sherwood A
 
Review 2012;38(6):489-502   pdf
The association between study characteristics and outcome in the relation between job stress and cardiovascular disease – a multilevel meta-regression analysis
Szerencsi K, van Amelsvoort LGPM, Viechtbauer W, Mohren DCL, Prins MH, Kant I
 
Original article 2010;36(6):449-457   pdf
Discrepancy between objective and subjective measures of job stress and sickness absence
Rehkopf DH, Kuper H, Marmot MG
 
Original article 2009;35(2):134-144   pdf
Interaction between postural risk factors and job strain on self-reported musculoskeletal symptoms among users of video display units: a three-year prospective study
Lapointe J, Dionne CE, Brisson C, Montreuil S
 
Original article 2008;34(4):288-296   pdf
Influence of job strain on changes in body mass index and waist circumference—6-year longitudinal study
Ishizaki M, Nakagawa H, Morikawa Y, Honda R, Yamada Y, Kawakami N; The Japan Work Stress and Health Cohort Study Group
 
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):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):41-51   pdf
Work conditions and masked (hidden) hypertension—insights into the global epidemic of hypertension
Landsbergis PA, Schnall PL, Belkić KL, Schwartz JE, Baker D, Pickering TG
 
Article SJWEH Suppl 2008; (6):22-32   pdf
Socioeconomic status, job strain and common mental disorders—an ecological (occupational) approach
Choi BK, Clays E, De Bacquer D, Karasek R
 
Article SJWEH Suppl 2008; (6):15-21   pdf
Globalization, workers’ power and the psychosocial work environment—is the demand–control–support model still useful in a neoliberal era?
Johnson JV
 
Original article 2008;34(1):48-54   pdf
Job strain and arteriosclerosis in three different types of arteries among male Japanese factory workers
Michikawa T, Nishiwaki Y, Nomiyama T, Uemura T, O’Uchi T, Sakurai H, Omae K, Takebayashi T
 
Original article 2007;33(4):304-317   pdf
Population-based study on occupational risk factors for preeclampsia and gestational hypertension
Haelterman E, Marcoux S, Croteau A, Dramaix M
 
Original article 2007;33(3):215-222   pdf
Prediction of cardiocerebrovascular and other significant disease from disturbed sleep and work strain
Leineweber C, Kecklund G, Orth-Gomér K
 
Article 2006;32(6):431-442   pdf
Work stress in the etiology of coronary heart disease—a meta-analysis
Kivimäki M, Virtanen M, Elovainio M, Kouvonen A, Väänänen A, Vahtera J
 
Original article 2005;31(5):375-386   pdf
Job strain and risk of musculoskeletal symptoms among a prospective cohort of occupational computer users
Hannan LM, Monteilh CP, Gerr F, Kleinbaum DG, Marcus M
 
Original article 2004;30(6):477-485   pdf
Job strain in relation to ambulatory blood pressure, heart rate, and heart rate variability among female nurses
Riese H, Van Doornen LJP, Houtman ILD, De Geus EJC
 
Original article 2004;30(2):129-138   pdf
Urinary catecholamines and salivary cortisol on workdays and days off in relation to job strain among female health care providers
Fujiwara K, Tsukishima E, Kasai S, Masuchi A, Tsutsumi A, Kawakami N, Miyake H, Kishi R
 
Review 2004;30(2):85-128   pdf  pdf
Is job strain a major source of cardiovascular disease risk?
Belkic K, Landsbergis PA, Schnall PL, Baker D
 
Original article 2003;29(3):206-215   pdf
Lower socioeconomic status among men in relation to the association between job strain and blood pressure
Landsbergis PA, Schnall PL, Pickering TG, Warren K, Schwartz JE
 
Original article 2002;28(4):238-248   pdf
Job strain and major risk factors for coronary heart disease among employed males and females in a Swedish study on work, lipids and fibrinogen
Alfredsson L, Hammar N, Fransson E, de Faire U, Hallqvist J, Knutsson A, Nilsson T, Theorell T, Westerholm P
 
Invited article 1999;25(6):616-624   pdf
How to deal with stress in organizations? - a health perspective on theory and practice.
Theorell T
 
Original article 1998;24(3):190-196   pdf
Moderating role of job control on the response of ambulatory blood pressure to variation in daily work load
Melamed S, Kristal-Boneh E, Harari G, Froom P, Ribak J
 
Original article 1997;23(3):179-186   pdf
Psychosocial job factors associated with back and neck pain in public transit operators
Krause N, Ragland DR, Greiner BA, Syme SL, Holman BL, Fisher JM
 
Original article 1997;23(2):130-139   pdf
Associations between self-rated psychosocial work conditions and musculoskeletal symptoms and signs
Toomingas A, Theorell T, Michélsen H, Nordemar R, Stockholm MUSIC I Study Group
 
Original article 1995;21(6):435-439   pdf
Social support, job strain and musculoskeletal pain among female health care personnel
Ahlberg-Hultén GK, Theorell T, Sigala F