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Research Companion to Organizational Health Psychology
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`Supported by 72 distinguished contributors from over 50 different institutions, this book, based on theoretical contributions as well as empirical reports and reviews, provides an in-depth and multi-faceted perspective on contemporary issues related to stress, mental and physical health in various domains of employment. . . this well-organized volume constitutes a detailed and comprehensive work with a scope and depth that will satisfy the most critical. As such, it serves as a more than valuable source of reference to occupational health science for students and professionals alike.' -- Dirk Luchtman, Stress and Health `This volume provides systematic approaches for practical actions and stress interventions in various working environments. It also provides a theoretical framework for continuing and future research and is an important adjunct to research in psychology, medicine, and stress. It is a useful and informed volume that can be a good companion for both research and practice.' -- George W. Doherty, PsychCRITIQUES `In the book edited by Antoniou and Cooper, 72 academics and professionals from over 50 institutions in Europe, North America and Australia provide papers aimed at increasing our understanding of the conditions for more creative and healthier jobs in modern workplaces. . . I believe that this volume will provide stimulating reading for academic and postgraduate student audience of psychology and medicine.' -- Mika Kivimaki, Psychological Medicine `The 72 distinguished contributors from over 50 different institutions provide a multifaceted picture of an important area mainly to an academic and post-graduate student audience of psychology and medicine. I am pleased to recommend it for perusal, implementation and evaluation.' -- From the foreword by Lennart Levi, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden
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Edited by Alexander-Stamatios G. Antoniou, Associate Professor of Psychology, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece and Professor Sir Cary Cooper, Alliance Manchester Business School, University of Manchester, UK
Contents: Preface Part I: Conceptualization and Theoretical Framework 1. The Role of Event Characteristics and Situational Appraisals in the Prediction of Employee Adjustment to Change and Change Implementation Success Nerina L. Jimmieson 2. Constructions of Occupational Stress: Nuisances, Nuances or Novelties? Dianna Kenny and Dennis McIntyre 3. Psychosocial Risk Factors and Work-Related Stress: State-of-the-Art and Issues for Future Research Michiel A.J. Kompier and Toon W. Taris 4. Biological Basis of Stress-Related Diseases Maria-Alexandra Magiakou and George P. Chrousos 5. The Relationship Between Ethnicity and Work Stress Grace V.F. Miller and Cheryl J. Travers 6. Eustress and Attitudes at Work: A Positive Approach Debra L. Nelson and Bret L. Simmons 7. Stress and Strain at Work: How Much is There, Who has Most and are Things Changing? Roy L. Payne 8. Stress, Alienation and Shared Leadership Marc J. Schabracq 9. Job Demands, Job Control, Strain and Learning Behavior: Review and Research Agenda Toon W. Taris and Michiel A.J. Kompier 10. The Seeds of Stress in the Organizations of Tomorrow: The Impact of New Technology and Working Methods Ashley Weinberg Part II: Stress Management Issues 11. Stress and Individual Differences: Implications for Stress Management Susan Cartwright and Lynne C. Whatmore 12. Work-Related Stress: The Risk Management Paradigm Stavroula Leka, Amanda Griffiths and Tom Cox 13. Coping with Stress through Reason Edwin A. Locke 14. An Organizational Approach to Stress Management Valerie J. Sutherland 15. Prevention Perspectives in Occupational Health Psychology Lois E. Tetrick, James Campbell Quick and Jonathan D. Quick 16. Emotional Intelligence and Coping with Occupational Stress Moshe Zeidner Part III: Stress in Specific Groups 17. Study and Student Counselling in Higher Education: An Incentive Towards a Practice-Relevant Vision Eric Depreeuw 18. Stress and Unemployment: A Comparative Review of Female and Male Managers Sandra L. Fielden and Marilyn J. Davidson 19. Stress in Veterinary Surgeons: A Review and Pilot Study Howard Kahn and Camilla V.J. Nutter 20. Structural Work Change and Health: Studies of Long Spells of Sick Leave and Hospitalization among Working Men and Women During a Period of Marked Changes in the Swedish Labour Market Gabriel Oxenstierna, Hugo Westerlund, Jane Ferrie, Martin Hyde, Jan Hagberg and Toeres Theorell 21. Role-Related Stress Experienced by Temporary Employees Ellen I. Shupe Part IV: Stress, Well-being and Health 22. The Role of Psychosocial Factors in the Development of Periodontal Disease Alexander-Stamatios G. Antoniou, Diamanto Komboli, John Vrotsos and Zacharias Mantzavinos 23. Work-Family Conflict and Stress Paula Brough and Michael O'Driscoll 24. Workaholism in Organizations: Work and Well-being Consequences Ronald J. Burke 25. The Healthy Organization Jane Henry 26. Health Care and Subjective Well-being in Nations Bruce Kirkcaldy, Adrian Furnham and Ruut Veenhoven 27. New Technology, the Global Economy and Organizational Environments: Effects on Employee Stress, Health and Well-being Janice Langan-Fox 28. The Effects of Effort-Reward Imbalance at Work on Health Johannes Siegrist, Bianca Falck and Ljiljana Joksimovic 29. Occupational Stress and Health Charles D. Spielberger and Eric C. Reheiser 30. The Role of Emotions in Cardiovascular Disorders Juan Jose Miguel-Tobal and Hector Gonzalez-Ordi 31. The Impact of Short Business Travels on the Individual, the Family and the Organization Mina Westman Part V: Professional Burnout 32. Burnout and Emotions: An Underresearched Issue in Search of a Theory Dirk Enzmann 33. Proactive Coping, Resources and Burnout: Implications for Occupational Stress Esther R. Greenglass 34. Burnout and Wornout: Concepts and Data from a National Survey Lennart Hallsten 35. `Burning In' - `Burning Out' in Public: Aspects of the Burnout Process in Community-Based Psychiatric Services Thomas Hyphantis and Venetsanos Mavr