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245 00 Stress & well-being at work :|bassessments and 
       interventions for occupational mental health /|cedited by 
       James Campbell Quick, Lawrence R. Murphy, and Joseph J. 
       Hurrell, Jr. 
246 1  |iAvailable from some providers with title:|aWork and well
246 30 Stress and well-being at work 
250    1st ed. 
264  1 Washington, DC :|bAmerican Psychological Association,
264  4 |c©1992 
300    1 online resource (x, 372 pages) :|billustrations 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
500    Companion v. to: Work and well-being / edited by Gwendolyn
       Puryear Keita, and Steven L. Sauter. 1992. 
500    GMD: electronic resource. 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 0  Part I. Introduction. The value of work, the risk of 
       distress, and the power of prevention / James Campbell 
       Quick ... [et al.] -- Part II. Occupational mental health 
       risks. A longitudinal study of job design and worker 
       strain / Pascale Carayon -- Additive effects and beyond, 
       occupational stressors and social buffers in a police 
       organization / Martin M. Greller, Charles K. Parsons, and 
       Debora R.D. Mitchell -- Job insecurity and moderators of 
       the relation between job insecurity and employee 
       adjustment / Karl W. Kuhnert and Robert J. Vance -- An 
       integrated approach to reducing stress injuries / David M.
       Corey and Gordon D. Wolf -- Stressor reduction: an 
       organizational alternative to individual stress management
       / Beryce W. MacLennan -- "Good work" design: an ergonomic,
       industrial engineering perspective / Holger Luczak 
505 0  Part III. Individual stress responses and early warning 
       signs. Psychosocial aspects of work-related 
       musculoskeletal disability / Terence E. Fitzgerald -- 
       Mediating effect of perceived role stress / Lois E. 
       Tetrick -- Jos stress and employee withdrawal from work / 
       Gail H. McKee, Steven E. Markham, and K. Dow Scott -- 
       Employed women and stress: implications for enhancing 
       women's mental health in the workplace / Debra L. Nelson 
       and Michael A. Hitt -- Work and well-being: lessons from 
       law enforcement / Ellen Kirschman, ... [et al.] -- Health 
       and safety committee as a means of relieving psychological
       stress / Lillian Robbins -- Designing stress training / 
       Eugene V. Martin -- Individual differences in employee 
       stress as related to office environment and individual 
       personality factors 
505 0  Part IV. Distress in the workplace. Job stress and 
       employee counterproductivity / John W. Jones and Michael 
       W. Boye -- Accidents and stress-related health disorders 
       among bus operators: forecasting with catastrophe theory /
       Stephen J. Guastello -- Assessing stress in teachers: 
       depressive symptoms scales and neutral self-reports of the
       work environment / Irvin Sam Schonfeld -- Effects of 
       personal and occupational factors on sick building 
       syndrome reports in air-conditioned offices / Allan Hedge,
       William A. Erickson, and Gail Rubin -- Posttrauma crisis 
       intervention in the workplace / Mark Braverman -- 
       Configuring an employee assistance program to fit the 
       corporation's structure / Sally B. Philips and Margaret H.
       Mushinski -- Part V. Conclusion. Work and well-being: 
       where do we go from here? / Lawrence R. Murphy, Joseph J. 
       Hurrell, Jr., and James Campbell Quick -- International 
       perspectives on research into work, well-being, and stress
       management / Cary L. Cooper and Roy L. Payne. 
520    The second of two volumes to result from a national 
       conference on work and well-being cosponsored by the APA 
       [American Psychological Association] and the National 
       Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, this book 
       investigates one of the most pivotal issues in the field 
       of occupational mental health. Authors with backgrounds 
       ranging from research to practice identify and analyze 
       factors that contribute to and indicate stress among 
       employees. With an eye to productivity and workplace 
       constraints, they then document and discuss methods of 
       both stress management and prevention. (PsycINFO Database 
       Record (c) 2004 APA, all rights reserved). 
530    Also available online via the World Wide Web, by 
       subscription to Ovid PsycBooks. 
550    Made available through: American Psychological 
       Association's PsyBooks  Collection. 
588    Description based on print version record. 
650  0 Industrial psychiatry|vCongresses. 
650  0 Job stress|vCongresses. 
650  2 Occupational Diseases|xprevention & control|vCongresses. 
650  2 Occupational Health Services|vCongresses. 
650  2 Psychology, Industrial|vCongresses. 
650  2 Stress, Psychological|xprevention & control|vCongresses. 
650  2 Work|xpsychology|vCongresses. 
650  7 Industrial psychiatry.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst00971596 
650  7 Job stress.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst00983752 
655  7 Conference proceedings.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01423772 
700 1  Quick, James C. 
700 1  Murphy, Lawrence R. 
700 1  Hurrell, Joseph J.,|cJr. 
710 2  American Psychological Association. 
776 1  |tStress & well-being at work (print)|w(DLC)   92010497
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