Research Companion to Organizational Health Psychology

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Alexander-Stamatios G. Antoniou, Cary L. Cooper
Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 2005 - Business & Economics - 695 pages
The rapid and sweeping changes in the economy, technology, work practices and family structures mean that organizational health psychology has never been so essential for understanding stress in the workplace. This timely Research Companion is essential r
 

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Contents

The role of event characteristics and situational appraisals in the prediction of employee adjustment to change and change implementation succes
3
Constructions of occupational stress nuisances nuances or novelties?
20
Psychosocial risk factors and workrelated stress state of the art and issues for future research
59
Biological basis of stressrelated diseases
70
The relationship between ethnicity and work stress
87
Eustress and attitudes at work a positive approach
102
Stress and strain at work how much is there who has most and are things changing?
111
Stress alienation and shared leadership
122
Workfamily conflict and stress
346
Workaholism in organizations work and wellbeing consequences
366
The healthy organization
382
Health care and subjective wellbeing in nations
393
New technology the global economy and organizational environments effects on employee stress health and wellbeing
413
The effects of effortreward imbalance at work on health
430
Occupational stress and health
441
The role of emotions in cardiovascular disorders
455

Job demands job control strain and learning behavior review and research agenda
132
The seeds of stress in the organizations of tomorrow the impact of new technology and working methods
151
STRESS MANAGEMENT ISSUES
161
Stress and individual differences implications for stress management
163
Workrelated stress the risk management paradigm
174
Coping with stress through reason
188
An organizational approach to stress management
198
Prevention perspectives in occupational health psychology
209
Emotional intelligence and coping with occupational stress
218
STRESS IN SPECIFIC GROUPS
241
Study and student counselling in higher education an incentive towards a practicerelevant vision
243
Stress and unemployment a comparative review of female and male managers
254
Stress in veterinary surgeons a review and pilot study
293
Structural work change and health studies of long spells of sick leave and hospitalization among working men and women during a period of marke...
304
Rolerelated stress experienced by temporary employees
314
STRESS WELLBEING AND HEALTH
333
The role of psychosocial factors in the development of periodontal disease
335
The impact of short business travels on the individual the family and the organization
478
PROFESSIONAL BURNOUT
493
Burnout and emotions an underresearched issue in search of a theory
495
Proactive coping resources and burnout implications for occupational stress
503
Burnout and worn out concepts and data from a national survey
516
Burning in burning out in public aspects of the burnout process in community based psychiatric services
537
A mediation model of job burnout
544
Love and work the relationships between their unconscious choices and burnout
565
Unconscious influences on the choice of a career and their relationship to burnout a psychoanalytic existential approach
579
Does burnout affect physical health? A review of the evidence
599
Rediscovering meaning and purpose at work the transpersonal psychology background of a burnout prevention programme
623
EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE AT WORK
631
Emotional intelligence and transformational leadership
633
Developing leadership through emotional intelligence
656
Index
671
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