Financial Insecurity: Putting our Money where our Mouth is
Money Matters: Recommendations for Financial Stress Research in Occupational Health Psychology
Additional Financial Status Measures to Consider: Commentary on Sinclair and Cheung (2016)
Looking to Unemployment and Underemployment Research for Insights on including Financial Variables in Occupational Health Research: A Commentary on Sinclair and Cheung (2016)
Importance of Cross-national and Interdisciplinary Research for the Study of Financial Stress: A Comment on Sinclair and Cheung (2016)
The Psychosocial Work Environment, Employee Mental Health and Organizational Interventions: Improving Research and Practice by Taking a Multilevel Approach
Post-traumatic Recovery to Distress Symptoms Ratio Mediates Relations of Resilience Fostering Resources and Their Predictors
Effort–Reward Imbalance and Mental Health Problems in 1074 German Teachers, Compared with Those in the General Population
Awareness of Stress-reduction Interventions: The Impact on Employees' Well-being and Organizational Attitudes
Dyadic Associations Between Physical Activity and Depressive Symptoms in Older Adults with Musculoskeletal Conditions and Their Spouses