From Stress To Wellbeing Volume 1: The Theory And Research On Occupational Stress And Wellbeing by C. CooperFrom Stress To Wellbeing Volume 1: The Theory And Research On Occupational Stress And Wellbeing by C. Cooper

From Stress To Wellbeing Volume 1: The Theory And Research On Occupational Stress And Wellbeing

byC. Cooper

Paperback | August 27, 2016

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A comprehensive collection by Professor Cary Cooper and his colleagues in the field of workplace stress and wellbeing, which draws on research in a number of areas including stress-strain relationships, sources of workplace stress and stressful occupations. Volume 1 of 2.
A.J. Baglioni, Jr, University of Virginia, USA Andrea Barron, University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology, UK Derrick Bennett, University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology, UK Peggy Bernin, National Institute for Psychosocial Factors and Health, Sweden Jennifer Brown, Hampshire Constabulary, Police Hea...
Title:From Stress To Wellbeing Volume 1: The Theory And Research On Occupational Stress And WellbeingFormat:PaperbackDimensions:466 pages, 21.6 × 14 × 0.02 inPublished:August 27, 2016Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

PART I: THEORY AND REVIEWS OF STRESS AND WELLBEING 1. Occupational sources of stress: a Review of the Literature Relating to Coronary Heart Disease and Mental Ill Health; C.L. Cooper and J. Marshall 2. A Cybernetic Framework for Studying Occupational Stress; C.L. Cooper and T.G. Cummings 3. A Structural Model Approach Toward the Development of a Theory of the Link Between Stress and Mental Health; A.J. Baglioni and C.L. Cooper 4. The Impacts of Positive Psychological States on Physical Health: A Review and Theoretical Framework; J.R. Edwards and C.L. Cooper 5. The Person-Environment Fit Approach to Stress: Recurring Problems and Some Suggested Solutions; J.R. Edwards and C.L. Cooper PART II: STRESS-STRAIN RELATIONSHIPS 6. Stress, Type-A, Coping, and Psychological and Physical Symptoms: A Multi-Sample Test of Alternative Models; J.R. Edwards, A.J. Baglioni and C.L. Cooper 7. Psychosocial Stress and Breast Cancer: the Inter-relationship between Stress Events, Coping Strategies and Personality; C.L. Cooper and E.B. Faragher 8. Psychosocial Factors and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome; S.Lewis, C.L. Cooper and D.Bennett 9. The Company Car Driver, Occupational Stress as a Predictor of Motor Vehicle Accident Involvement; S.Cartwright, C.L. Cooper and A.Barron 10. A Meta-Analysis of Work Demand Stressors and Job Performance: Examining Main and Moderating Effects; S.Gilboa, A.Shirom, Y.Fried and C.L. Cooper 11. The Mediating Effects of Job Satisfaction and Propensity to leave on Role Stress- Job Performance Relationships: Combining Meta-Analysis and Structural Equation Modeling; Y.Fried, A.Shirom, S.Gilboa and C.L. Cooper 12. The Relationship between Job Satisfaction and Health: a Meta-Analysis; E.B. Faragher, M.Cass and C.L. Cooper PART III: SOURCES OF WORK-PLACE STRESS 13. Uncertainty Amidst Change: The Impact of Privatization on Employee Job Satisfaction and Well-Being; A.Nelson, C.L. Cooper and P.Jackson 14. The Effects of Working Hours on Health: A Meta-Analytical Review; C.L. Cooper, K.Sparks, Y.Fried and A.Shirom 15. Occupational Differences in the Work-strain Relationship: Towards the use of Situation-specific Models; K.Sparks and C.L. Cooper 16. Do National Levels of Individualism and internal Locus of Control Relate to Well-being: an Ecological Level International Study; C.L. Cooper, P. Spector et al PART IV: STRESSFUL OCCUPATIONS 17. Mental Health, Job Satisfaction, and Job Stress Among General Practitioners; C.L. Cooper, U. Rout and B. Faragher 18. Occupational Stress in Head Teachers: a National UK Study; C.L. Cooper and M.Kelly 19. Occupational Stress among Senior Police Officers; J. Brown. C.L. Cooper and B. Kirkcaldy 20. Workload, Stress and Family Life in British Members of Parliament and the Psychological Impact of Reforms to Their Working Hours; A. Weinburg, MSc, C.L. Cooper and A. Weinburg, BSc PART V:RESEARCH METHODS IN STRESS AND WELLBEING 21. Examining the Relationships Among Self-Report Measures of Type A Behavior Pattern: The effects of Dimensionality Measurement Error, and Differences in Underlying Constructs; J. Edwards, A. Baglioni, Jr. and C.L. Cooper 22. A Shortened Stress Evaluation Tool; E.B. Faragher, C.L. Cooper and S. Cartwright