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Publications 2004

  • Aust, B., & Ducki, A. (2004). Comprehensive health promotion interventions at the workplace: experiences with health circles in Germany. Journal of
    Occupational Health Psychology, 9(3), 258-27
  • Bakker AB, Demerouti D, Verbeke W. Using the Job Demands-Resources model to predict burnout and performance. Human Resource Management 2004;43:83-104.
  • Bakker AB, Geurts S. Toward a dual-process model of work-home interference. Work & Occupations 2004;31:345-366.
  • Belkic K, Landsbergis PA, Schnall PL, Baker D. Is job strain a major source of cardiovascular disease risk? A critical review of the empirical evidence, with a clinical perspective. Scand J Work Environ Health 2004;30(2):85-128. See Paper
  • Bianchi ERF. Stress and coping among cardiovascular nurses: A survey in Brazil. Issues in Mental Health Nursing 2004;25:737-745.
  • Borrell C, Muntaner C, et al. Social Class and self-reported health status among men and women: What is the role of work organization, household material standards and household labor? Social Science and Medicine 2004;58:1869-1887.
  • Dantas J, Mendes R, de Araujo TM. Arterial Hypertension and Occuptional Psychosocial Factors in an Oil Refinery. 2004; Rev. Bras. Med. Trab., Belo Horizonte;2(1):55-68
  • De Lange AH, Taris TW, Kompier MAJ, Houtman ILD, Bongers PM. Work characteristics and mental health. Testing normal, reversed and reciprocal causal relationships within a 4-wave study. Work & Stress 2004;18:149-166.
  • Demerouti E., Bakker AB, Bulters AJ. The loss spiral of work pressure, work-home interference and exhaustion: Reciprocal relations in a three-wave study. Journal of Vocational Behavior 2004;64:131-149.
  • Demerouti E, Geurts SAE, Bakker AB, Euwema M. The impact of shiftwork on work-home interference, job attitudes and health. Ergonomics 2004;47:987-1002.
  • Kompier M, Taris TW. Editorial: Assessing methodological quality and biological plausibility in occupational health psychology. Scand J Work Environ Health 2004;30(2):81-83. See Editorial
  • Krause, N., Rugulies, R., Ragland, D. R., & Syme, S. L. (2004). Physical workload, ergonomic problems, and incidence of low back injury: A 7.5-year prospective study of San Francisco transit operators. American Journal of Industrial Medicine, 46(6), 570-585.
  • Levenstein C. Linking work organization and policy: An invitation. New Solutions 2004;30(2):81-83.
  • Muntaner C. Social class and the slow progress of psychosocial epidemiology. Int. J Epidemiology 2004;33:1-7.
  • O’Campo P, Eaton WW, Muntaner C. Labor market experience, work organization, gender inequalities, and health status: results from a prospective study of US employed women. Social Science and Medicine 2004;58:585-594.
  • Riese H, Van Doorrnen LJP, Houtman ILT, De Geus EJC. Job strain and ambulatory blood pressure, heart rate, and heart rate variability in female nurses. Scand J Work Environ Health 2004;30(6):477-485.
  • Schaufeli WB, Bakker AB. Job demands, job resources, and their relationship with burnout and engagement: A multi-sample study. Journal of Organizational Behavior 2004;25:293-315.
  • Sonnentag, S. & Natter. Flight attendants daily recovery from work: Is there no place like home? International Journal of Stress Management, 2004;11:366-391.
  • Spiegel JM, Labonte R, Ostry AS. Understanding “globalization” as a determinant of health determinants: A critical perspective. Int J Occp Environ Health 2004;10:360-367
  • Tsutsumi A, Kawakami N. A review of empirical studies on the model of effort-reward imbalance at work: reducing occupational stress by implementing a new theory. Social Science & Medicine 2004;59:2335-2359.
  • Vegchel, N. van, Jonge, J. de, S√∂derfeldt, M., Dormann, C., & Schaufeli, W. (2004). Quantitative versus emotional demands among Swedish human service employees: Moderating effects of job control and social support. International Journal of Stress Management, 11(1), 21-40.

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