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Handbook of Occupational Health Psychology
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Prevention at Work - Public Health in Occupational Settings; A History of Occupational Health Psychology; Controlling Occupational Safety and Health Hazards; Toward an Integrated Framework for Comprehensive Organizational Wellness - Concepts, Practices, and Research in Workplace Health Promotion; Health Psychology and Work Stress - A More Positive Approach; Safety Climate - Conceptual and Measurement Issues; Work-Family Balance; Shiftwork and Working Hours; Occupational Stress - Job Pressures and Lack of Support; To Be Able to Exert Control Over One's Own Situation - A Necessary Condition for Coping with Stresses; Technology and Workplace Health; Job-Related Burnout - A Review; The Workplace and Cardiovascular Disease; Employee Assistance Programs; Worksite Health Interventions - Targets for Change and Strategies for Attaining Them; Job Stress Interventions and Organization of Work; Stress Management at Work; An Epidemiological Perspective on Research Design, Measurement, and Surveillance Strategies; Program Evaluation - The Bottom Line in Organizational Health; Economic Evaluations of Workplace Health Interventions - Theory and Literature Review.

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