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Handbook of occupational health psychology

Author: Quick, James Campbell ; Tetrick, Lois E.Publisher: American Psychological Association, 2003.Language: EnglishDescription: 475 p. ; 26 cm.ISBN: 1557989273Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Handbook of Occupational Health Psychology Contents Contributors .......................................................................................... vii Foreword ...................................................................................................... ix Lennart Levi Preface .......................................................................................................... xv Acknowledgments .................................................................................... xvii Part I. The Past, Present, and Future of Occupational Health Psychology ...................................................................................................... 1 1. Prevention at Work: Public Health in Occupational Settings .............................................................. 3 Lois E. Tetrick and James Campbell Quick 2. A History of Occupational Health Psychology ......................... 19 Julian Barling and Amanda Griffiths 3. Controlling Occupational Safety and Health Hazards ............ 35 Michael J. Smith, Ben-Tzion Karsh, Pascale Carayon, and Frank T. Conway 4. Toward an Integrated Framework for Comprehensive Organizational Wellness: Concepts, Practices, and Research in Workplace Health Promotion .............................. 69 Joel B. Bennett, Royer F. Cook, and Kenneth R. Pelletier 5. Health Psychology and Work Stress: A More Positive Approach .......................................................... 97 Debra L. Nelson and Bret L. Simmons Part II. Causes of and Risks to Health and Safety ..................................... 121 6. Safety Climate: Conceptual and Measurement Issues ......... 123 Dov Zohar 7. Work­Family Balance .............................................................. 143 Michael R. Frone 8. Shiftwork and Working Hours ............................................... 163 Carlla S. Smith, Simon Folkard, and Julie A. Fuller 9. Occupational Stress: Job Pressures and Lack of Support ..................................................................... 185 Charles D. Spielberger, Peter R. Vagg, and Carol F. Wasala vi CONTENTS 10. To Be Able to Exert Control Over One's Own Situation: A Necessary Condition for Coping With Stressors ............... 201 Töres Theorell 11. Technology and Workplace Health .......................................... 221 Michael D. Coovert and Lori Foster Thompson Part III. Symptoms, Disorders, and Interventions ................................ 243 12. Job-Related Burnout: A Review ............................................... 245 Arie Shirom 13. The Workplace and Cardiovascular Disease: Relevance and Potential Role for Occupational Health Psychology ................................................................... 265 Paul A. Landsbergis, Peter L. Schnall, Karen L. Belkic, Dean Baker, Joseph E. Schwartz, and Thomas G. Pickering 14. Employee Assistance Programs ............................................... 289 Cary L. Cooper, Philip Dewe, and Michael O'Driscoll 15. Worksite Health Interventions: Targets for Change and Strategies for Attaining Them ............................................... 305 Catherine A. Heaney 16. Job Stress Interventions and Organization of Work .............. 325 Norbert K Semmer 17. Stress Management at Work ................................................... 355 Ruth E. Quillian-Wolever and Mark E. Wolever Part IV. Methodology and Evaluation ...................................................... 377 18. An Epidemiological Perspective on Research Design, Measurement, and Surveillance Strategies ......................... 379 Stanislav V. Kasl and Beth A. Jones 19. Program Evaluation: The Bottom Line in Organizational Health ........................................................... 399 Joyce A. Adkins and Howard M. Weiss 20. Economic Evaluations of Workplace Health Interventions: Theory and Literature Review ....................... 417 Kelly DeRango and Luisa Franzini Author Index ........................................................................................... 431 Subject Index ......................................................................................... 457 About the Editors .................................................................................. 475

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