SJWEH Supplements are open access, (mostly) non-peer-reviewed articles usually published in theme issues or as part of a series of papers from a conference or workshop. Scand J Work Environ Health stopped publishing SJWEH Supplements in 2009.

CONTENTS — SJWEH Supplements 2008; no 6

Introduction

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Interview with Töres Theorell
Perski A, reporter

Article

Globalization, workers’ power and the psychosocial work environment—is the demand–control–support model still useful in a neoliberal era?
Socioeconomic status, job strain and common mental disorders—an ecological (occupational) approach
What are the next steps for research on work stress and coronary heart disease?
Work conditions and masked (hidden) hypertension—insights into the global epidemic of hypertension
Validity and reliability of the job content questionnaire in formal and informal jobs in Brazil
Social class, job insecurity and job strain in Korea
Local and global factors in work stress—the Australian dairy farming examplar
Contribution of job strain to nurses’ consideration of leaving the profession—results from the longitudinal European nurses’ early exit study
Control, flexibility and rhythms
Jobs, demands, controls—and productivity?
Flexible labor markets and employee health
The work environment, critical incidents, debriefing and psychological functioning—a study of trade union members in Sweden
Low social control and physiological deregulation—the stress–disequilibrium theory, towards a new demand–control model
Anabolism and catabolism—antagonistic partners in stress and strain
Organizational approach to studies of job demands, control and health
A new questionnaire and model for research into the impact of work and the work environment on employee health
Effort–reward imbalance and health in a globalized economy
The occupational stress index—an approach derived from cognitive ergonomics applicable to clinical practice
Cognitive activation theory of stress—how are individual experiences mediated into biological systems?