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Author Quick, James Campbell
Title The Handbook of Stress and Health : A Guide to Research and Practice
Imprint Newark : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, 2017
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Descript 1 online resource (729 pages)
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Note Intro -- The Handbook of Stress and Health -- Contents -- Notes on Contributors -- 1 Introduction -- References -- Part One Theories -- 1 Bridging the Science-Policy and Policy-Implementation Gaps -- Famous Examples of Costly Gaps -- Obstacles -- What Was Known Regarding "Stress and Health" Half a Century Ago? -- Prevention -- Much Cry and Little Wool? -- European Union Initiatives -- The European Pact -- Norms for Optimal Living and Working Conditions -- Factors Affecting Health -- Foresight Projects in the United Kingdom -- Science and Government -- Bridging the Gap -- Time to Implement -- Can Work-Related Stress Be Prevented? -- Start Now -- References -- 2 The Effort-Reward Imbalance Model -- Introduction -- Theory -- Sociological and Social Psychological Theory -- Human Stress Theory -- Measurement -- Empirical Evidence -- Cohort Studies -- Experimental and Quasi-Experimental Studies -- Practical Implications -- Concluding Remarks -- Notes -- References -- 3 Understanding Burnout -- Identifying the Burnout Phenomenon -- Burnout Definitions -- Burnout Measures -- Research Assessments or Clinical Diagnosis -- Engagement: The Positive Antithesis -- Conceptual Models -- Multidimensional vs. One-Dimensional Constructs -- The Development of Burnout over Time -- Causes and Consequences of Burnout -- Situational Predictors of Burnout -- Individual Predictors of Burnout -- Outcomes of Burnout -- Conclusion -- References -- 4 Happiness and Mental Health -- Conceptual Starting Points -- Components of Mental Health and Happiness -- Influences from the Environment -- Nonlinear Associations and the Vitamin Analogy -- Principal Sources within the Person -- Environmental and Personal Influences in Combination -- Longer-Term Personal Influences -- Shorter-Term Personal Influences -- Interventions to Enhance Happiness -- Overview and Future Directions
References -- 5 Understanding the Connections between Positive Affect and Health -- Important Issues in the Study of Affect and Health -- Measurement of Affect -- Health Measurement -- Causality Issues -- Distinguishing between Health and Physiology -- Review of PA and Physical Health -- Longevity -- Morbidity -- Survival -- Self-Reported Health Outcomes -- Possible Pathways -- Future Directions -- Emotion Subtypes -- Balancing PA and NA Ratios in Emotion Research -- Cultural Differences and Affect Preferences -- Direct Effects of Smiling -- Hedonia vs. Eudaimonia -- Positivity Interventions -- Technology, PA, and Health -- Conclusion -- References -- Part Two Impact of Stress on Health -- 6 Work, Stress, and Cardiovascular Disease -- Introduction -- The Epidemiology of CVD -- Origins of Psychosocial Work Stress Models -- Physiological Mechanisms -- Literature Review -- Work Stressors and CVD -- Work Stressors and Hypertension -- Work Stressors and Diabetes/Metabolic Syndrome -- Work Stressors, Depression, and CVD -- Work Stressors and Behavioral CVD Risk Factors -- Globalization, the Changing Nature of Work, and Work Stressors -- Population Attributable Risk (PAR) -- Work Stress and the Prevention of CVD -- Return to Work after Cardiac Events -- Workplace Health Promotion -- Job Stress Interventions and CVD -- National Surveillance of Work Stressors and CVD -- Legislative and Regulatory Approaches to Work Stressors -- Conclusion -- References -- 7 Stress and Cancer -- Stress as a Risk Factor for Cancer -- Stress as a Prognostic Factor in Cancer -- Distress -- Coping with the Stress of Cancer -- References -- 8 Stress and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome -- Introduction -- Pathology: Onset and Manifestations -- Onset -- Mental and Somatic Symptoms -- Functioning -- Etiology: Causal Factors -- Mental Stress -- Immunology -- Infections -- Neurology -- Genetics
Discussion -- References -- 9 The Double Burden of Work Stress and Depression -- Introduction -- The Status of Work Stress Intervention -- The Double Burden of Work Stress and Major Illness -- Magnitude and Nature of the Depression and Work Stress Problem -- Issues Pertaining to Depression Care -- Making Work Considerations a Dimension of Treatment -- Creating a New Intervention Model -- Research Methods -- Intervening to Improve Ability to Function at Work -- Results -- Participant Characteristics -- Work Stress -- Intervention Results -- Discussion -- Notes -- References -- 10 Stress, Recovery, Sleep, and Burnout -- Conceptual and Operational Definitions of Burnout -- Consequences of Burnout -- Antecedents of Burnout -- Possible Moderators of the Stressor-Burnout Relationship -- Recovery from Work Stress -- Need for Recovery, Burnout and Health -- Sleep and Recovery -- Burnout and Impaired Sleep -- Bidirectional Association between Burnout and Insomnia -- Factors That Hinder or Facilitate Recovery Processes and Their Influence on Fatigue and Burnout -- Implications for Interventions and Strategies for Prevention -- Conclusions -- References -- 11 Stress and Eating Disturbed Behavior -- Introduction -- Definition and Assessment of "Eating Disturbance" -- Diagnostic Criteria for Eating Disorders -- Screening Instruments for Eating Disorder Pathology -- Introduction to Stress and Eating Behavior -- Stress and Eating Disturbed Behavior -- Assessment of the Evidence of Stress and Eating Disturbed Behavior -- Literature Search -- Eligibility Criteria and Data Extraction -- Summary of the Evidence for Stress and Eating Disturbance -- Evidence for the Cumulative Stressor Model -- Evidence for the Traumatic Stressor Model -- Evidence for the Normative Stressor Model -- Summary and Conclusions -- References -- 12 Stress and Musculoskeletal Injury
Introduction -- Prevalence and Costs of Musculoskeletal Injury -- Stress -- Specific Stressors Related to Musculoskeletal Injury -- Workplace Stressors -- Obesity -- Catastrophic Events and Trauma -- Psychosocial Stressors -- Secondary Gain -- Assessment of Stress in a Musculoskeletal Population -- Treatment -- Preventative Occupational Treatment -- Stress-Specific Treatment -- Medical Management for Musculoskeletal Injury -- Conclusions -- References -- 13 Managing the Impact of Advanced Complex Illness on Family Caregiver and Professional Caregiver Stress -- Introduction -- Palliative Medicine at LVHN -- History -- Team and Operations -- Clinical Cases -- Discussion -- Note -- References -- 14 Crossover of Burnout and Engagement from Managers to Followers -- Stress, Burnout and Engagement in the Workplace -- The Role of Resources: Focusing on Social Support -- Social Support -- Social Support: The Buffering Hypothesis -- Spillover and Crossover -- The Crossover Model -- The Spillover-Crossover Model -- Crossover of Resources -- Leaders, Followers, and Social Support -- Leadership Styles and Employee Well-Being -- The Impact of Managers Work-family Interface on Their Employees -- Summary -- References -- 15 Stress and Addiction -- Introduction and Background -- Defining Stress -- Defining Addiction -- Which Drugs? -- Beyond Traditional Reactive Perspectives -- Dimensions of Stress -- Mechanisms underlying the Stress-Addiction Relationship -- Types of Stressors and Their Relationship with Addiction -- Generic Life Stressors -- Work-Related Stressors -- Traumatic Events -- Physical and Mental Health -- Insecure Housing -- Catastrophic/Fateful Stressors -- Childhood Maltreatment -- Gender-Specific Stressors -- Racial/Ethnic Minority Stressors -- Gender Identification/Sexual Orientation Stressors -- Treatment and Prevention Implications
Early Intervention and Prevention -- Relapse Prevention -- Future Research Directions -- Conclusions -- Notes -- References -- Part Three Personality, Demographics, and Stress -- 16 Locus of Control -- Locus of Control -- Dimensionality and Domain of Locus of Control -- Job Stressor-Strain Relationships -- Moderating Role of Locus of Control on the Job Stressor-Health/Illness Relationship -- Mental Health -- Physical Health -- Conclusion and Future Directions -- References -- 17 The Type A Behavior Pattern -- The Role of Stress in the Understanding of the TABP and CHD -- Assessment of the TABP: Measures and Their Relative Usefulness -- Historical Research on the TABP and CHD -- The TABP in the 1980s -- The TABP toward the New Millennium -- Research on the TABP in the Twenty-First Century -- Conclusions -- References -- 18 Emotional Intelligence, Health, and Stress -- What Is Emotional Intelligence? -- The Ability Model of Emotional Intelligence -- The Personality Trait Model of Emotional Intelligence -- Does Emotional Intelligence Correlate with Health Outcomes? -- Personality as a Confound of Trait EI -- Emotional Intelligence in Clinical Disorder -- Why Should Emotional Intelligence Predict Health? -- Physiological Influences -- Psychological Factors -- Conclusions: Is Emotional Intelligence Useful to Health Psychology Practitioners? -- References -- 19 Gender, Workplace Stress, and Coping -- Introduction -- Womens Workplace Stressors -- Work/Life Balance -- Career Progress -- Discrimination and Stereotyping -- Demand Appraisal and Coping -- Organizational Prevention -- Summary -- Note -- References -- 20 Socioeconomic Inequities in Health -- Introduction -- Conceptual Framework -- SES and Social Relationships -- SES, Social Relationships, and Health -- Mediating Effects -- Moderating Effects
Case example: Supervisor Support among Low-Wage Immigrant Workers
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Quick, James Campbell The Handbook of Stress and Health : A Guide to Research and Practice Newark : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated,c2017 9781118993774
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