Well-being in the Global Agenda
The Stress (of an) Epidemic
The Effects of Single and Repeated Psychiatric Occupational Therapy on Psychiatric Symptoms: Assessment Using a Visual Analogue Scale
The Influence of Neuroticism, Extraversion and Openness on Stress Responses
Depressive Symptoms in Patients with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus: Do Stress and Coping Matter?
‘I feel bad’, ‘We feel good’?—Emotions as a Driver for Personal and Organizational Identity and Organizational Identification as a Resource for Serving Unfriendly Customers
General Job Stress: A Unidimensional Measure and Its Non-linear Relations with Outcome Variables
Mediated Effects of Physical Risk Factors, Leader–Member Exchange and Empowerment in Predicting Perceived Injury Risk
Job Stress and Coping: Self-Employed versus Organizationally Employed Professionals
Self-perceived Work-related Stress and its Relation to Salivary IgA, Cortisol and 3-Methoxy-4-hydroxyphenyl Glycol Levels among Neonatal Intensive Care Nurses
Coping with Work Stress . P. Dewe, M. O'Driscoll and C. Cooper, 2010. Published by Wiley Blackwell, Chichester. ISBN: 978-0-4709-9767-3. 194 pages. Price: £31.99.