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Sir Cary L. Cooper CBE is Pro Vice Chancellor for External Relations and Distinguished Professor of Organizational Psychology and Health at Lancaster University. He is Chair of the Academy of Social Sciences, President of RELATE, President of Institute of Welfare and was lead scientist on the UK government's Foresight project on Mental Capital and Wellbeing. James Campbell Quick is John and Judy Goolsby Distinguished Professor at the University of Texas at Arlington, and Distinguished Visiting Scholar at Lancaster University Management School, UK. He is Editor-in-Chief of Foundations and Trends in Organizational Behavior, now publications. Jim has over 130 publications available in ten languages. Jim is married to the former Sheri Grimes Schember. Marc J. Schabracq teaches courses on work and health psychology at the University of Amsterdam and is an independent organizational consultant in human aspects of production and change in both profit and non-profit organisations. He has produced more than twenty scholarly and professional books on psychology, as well as more than 100 articles and book chapters.
About the Editors ix List of Contributors xi Chapter 1 Introduction 1 Cary L. Cooper, James Campbell Quick and Marc J. Schabracq Part I: The Context ofWork and Health Today 7 Chapter 2 Health andWell-Being: The Role of the Psychological Contract 9 David Guest and Neil Conway Chapter 3 The Social Context of Work Life: Implications for Burnout and Work Engagement 25 Michael P. Leiter and Naomi Stright Chapter 4 The Effects of Job Strain on Risk Factors for Cardiovascular Disease 49 Arie Shirom, Galit Armon, Shlomo Berliner, Itzhak Shapira and Samuel Melamed Chapter 5 Sickness Presenteeism and Attendance Pressure Factors: Implications for Practice 77 Caroline Biron and Per Oystein Saksvik Part II: Individual Differences and Health 97 Chapter 6 Individual Differences, Work Stress and Health 99 Norbert K. Semmer and Laurenz L. Meier Chapter 7 Gender and Work Stress: Unique Stressors, Unique Responses 123 Faye K. Cocchiara and Myrtle P. Bell Chapter 8 Work Experiences, Stress and Health among Managerial Women: Research and Practice 147 Ronald J. Burke and Astrid M. Richardsen Part III: The Role ofWorkplace Factors on Health 171 Chapter 9 The Role of Job Control in Employee Health and Well-Being 173 Paul E. Spector Chapter 10 Stress and Careers 197 Yehuda Baruch Chapter 11 New Technologies and Stress 221 Kai-Christoph Hamborg and Siegfried Greif Chapter 12 Flexibility at Work in Relation to Employee Health 251 Tores Theorell Chapter 13 Acute Stress at Work 269 Rolf J. Kleber and Peter G. van der Velden Part IV: Supporting Individuals atWork 293 Chapter 14 Management Development for Well-Being and Survival: Developing the Whole Person 295 Rosemary Maellaro and J. Lee Whittington Chapter 15 Coaching in Organizations 329 Helen Williams and Stephen Palmer Chapter 16 Women s Coping: Communal Versus Individualistic Orientation 353 Pamela A. Geller, Stevan E. Hobfoll and Carla Dunahoo Chapter 17 Employee Assistance Programs: A Research-Based Primer 383 Mark Attridge Part V: Organizational Approaches to Health andWell-Being 409 Chapter 18 Organizational Culture, Leadership, Change and Stress 411 Manfred Kets de Vries, Laura Guill'en Ramo and Konstantin Korotov Chapter 19 Building Interventions to Improve Staff Well-Being 427 Gordon Tinline and Ben Moss Chapter 20 Stress and Effectiveness: An Approach for Changing Organizational Culture 445 Marc J. Schabracq and Iva Smit Chapter 21 Epilogue 471 Cary L. Cooper, James Campbell Quick and Marc J. Schabracq Index 477