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
 
Original article 2013;39(5):468-476   pdf full text
Work-related psychosocial and mechanical risk factors for work disability: a 3-year follow-up study of the general working population in Norway
Sterud T
 
Original article 2013;39(5):477-485   pdf full text
Do work factors modify the association between chronic health problems and sickness absence among older employees?
Leijten FRM, van den Heuvel SG, Ybema JF, Robroek SJW, Burdorf A
 
Original article 2013;39(2):125-133   pdf full text
Poor health, unhealthy behaviors, and unfavorable work characteristics influence pathways of exit from paid employment among older workers in Europe: a four year follow-up study
Robroek SJW, Schuring M, Croezen S, Stattin M, Burdorf A
 
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 2009;35(1):37-47   pdf
Development trajectories of Finnish managers’ work ability over a 10-year follow-up period
Feldt T, Hyvönen K, Mäkikangas A, Kinnunen U, Kokko K
 
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):144-149   pdf
Organizational approach to studies of job demands, control and health
Härenstam A
 
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
 
Original article 2008;34(1):40-47   pdf
Job control and the risk of incident stroke in the working population in Sweden
Toivanen S
 
Original article 2005;31(3):218-223   pdf
Psychosocial factors at work and myocardial infarction among men in Kaunas, Lithuania
Malinauskiene V, Theorell T, Grazuleviciene R, Azaraviciene A, Obelenis V, Azelis V
 
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(4):270-279   pdf
Trends in the Danish work environment in 1990-2000 and their associations with labor-force changes
Burr H, Bjorner JB, Kristensen TS, Tüchsen F, Bach E
 
Original article 1998;24(3):206-212   pdf
Work pace control and pregnancy health in a population-based sample of employed women in Norway
Wergeland E, Strand K
 
Original article 1998;24(1):54-61   pdf
Relationship of job strain and iso-strain to health status in a cohort of women in the United States
Amick BC III, Kawachi I, Coakley EH, Lerner D, Levine S, Colditz GA