Key term: job control

Original article [online first; 25 July 2018]   pdf
Association between demand–control model components and blood pressure in the ELSA-Brasil study: exploring heterogeneity using quantile regression analyses
Juvanhol LL, Melo ECP, Chor D, Fonseca MJM, Rotenberg L, Bastos LS, Mill JG, Griep RH
 
Original article 2018;44(3):291-302   pdf
Comprehensive profiles of psychological and social work factors as predictors of site-specific and multi-site pain
Christensen JO, Nielsen MB, Finne LB, Knardahl S
 
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(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 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
 
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):483-492   pdf full text
Do working conditions explain the increased risks of disability pension among men and women with low education? A follow-up of Swedish cohorts
Falkstedt D, Backhans M, Lundin A, Allebeck P, Hemmingsson T
 
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(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
 
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
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