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of organizational stress from the leading researchers and writers in the field.
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Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology The theories presented within this book will no doubt be useful in future research which relates stress and coping to organizational behaviour.
Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology This book is a valuable contribution to theory and research in the field of organizational psychology. Its greatest contribution is in the fact that it brings together a multitude of theories of organizational stress and attempts to integrate them with research and practice.
Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology This book, with its emphasis on theory-informed research, adds a unique contribution to the field of organizational stress
Adrian Furnham, THES 24/3/00. Good research needs to be theoretically driven as well as methodologically sophisticated, and this book can certainly help with the former requirement.
Adrian Furnham, THES 24/3/00. Cooper has become exceptionally well connected, and he clearly knows all the world's leading researchers.
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Cary Cooper is Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Organizational Behaviour (Wiley & Sons) and is also on the Editorial Board of many other journals including the Journal of Applied Psychology, British Journal of Management, Journal of Organizational Change Management, Leadership and Organization Development Journal, and the Employee Rights and Responsibility Journal. He is a contributor to many national broadsheet newspapers and appears regularly on British radio and TV. Professor Cooper is Chair of the British Academy of Management Fellowship Committee; former Chair of Alcohol Concern's commission on a National Strategy for Training in Alcohol Work; and Chair of the Higher Education Funding Council's Research Assessment Exercise for all UK Business and Management Schools.
Preface; Introduction; 1. An Organizational Psychology Meta Model of Occupational Stress; 2. Person-Environment Fit Theory: Conceptual Foundations, Empirical Evidence, and Directions for Future Research; 3. A Multidimensional Theory of Burnout; 4. Stress and the Sojourner; 5. A Cybernetic Theory of Organizational Stress; 6. Cybernetic Theory of Stress, Coping, and Well-Being: Review and Extension to Work and Family; 7. A Control Theory of the Job Stress Process; 8. Stress, Innovation and Personal Initiative: Are Stressors Always Detrimental?; 9. Adverse Health Effects of Effort-Reward Imbalance at Work: Theory, Empirical Support and Implications for Prevention; 10. Job Characteristics in a Theoretical and Practical Health Context; 11. The Ethological Theory of Stress: About Work Stress and Wisdom; 12. The Theory of Preventative Stress Management in Organizations