Key term: job strain

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
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