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Publications 2001

  • Belkic KL, Schnall PL, Landsbergis PA, Schwartz JE, Gerber LM, Baker D, Pickering TG. Hypertension at the workplace – An occult disease? In: Theorell T, ed: Everyday Biological Stress Mechanisms. Adv Psychosom Med. Basel, Karger; 22: 116-138, 2001.
  • Fahrenberg, J. & Myrtek, M. (Eds.) (2001). Progress in Ambulatory Assessment. Seattle, Toronto, Bern, Göttingen: Hogrefe & Huber. Internet link
  • Friedman R, Schwartz JE, Schnall PL, Pieper CF, Gerin W, Landsbergis PA, Pickering TG. Psychological variables in hypertension: Relationship to Casual or Ambulatory Blood Pressure in Men. Psychosomatic Medicine; 63(1): 19-31, 2001
  • Landsbergis PA, Schnall PL, Belkic K, Baker D, Schwartz JE, Pickering TG. Work stress and cardiovascular disease. Work: A Journal of Assessment and Prevention 2001;17:191-208.
  • Mesler R, Capobianco M. Psychosocial factors associated with job stress and diagnosis of high blood pressure in self-employed women versus women in upper levels of management within the corporate context. Stress News; October 2001.
  • Rafferty Y, Friend R, Landsbergis PA. The association between job skill discretion, decision authority and burnout. Work & Stress, 2001;(15)1:73-85.
  • Rau, R., Georgiades, A., Lemne, C., de Faire, U. & Fredrikson, M. Psychosocial work characteristics and perceived control in relation to cardiovascular rewind at night. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology; 6, 171-181, 2001. Internet link
  • Schwartz, J. E. (2001). Social inequality, stress, and health. In Blau, J. R. (Ed.) The Blackwell Companion to Sociology. Malden: Blackwell Publishers Inc.
  • Vegchel, N. van, Jonge, J. de, Meijer, T., & Hamers, J.P.H. (2001). Different effort constructs and effort-reward imbalance: Effects on employee well-being in ancillary health care workers. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 33(6), 1-9.
  • Veldhoven, M. van, Jonge, J. de, Broersen, S., Kompier, M., & Meijman, T. (2002). Specific relationships between psychosocial job conditions and job-related stress: A three-level analytic approach. Work and Stress, 16(3), 207-228.

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