Contemporary Occupational Health Psychology

Author: Jonathan Houdmont
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9780470661543
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Published in association with the European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology (EAOHP) and the Society for Occupational Health Psychology (SOHP), Contemporary Issues in Occupational Health Psychology is a definitive new series presenting state-of-the-art work by leading academics and practitioners in the field. Topics include workplace health intervention evaluation, economic stress and employee well-being, work-family positive spillover, psychological flexibility, and health at work. Contributors to this first volume include Arnold Bakker, Frank Bond, Maureen Dollard, Leslie Hammer, Robert Karasek, Michiel Kompier, Tahira Probst, Wilmar Schaufeli, Arie Shirom, Robert Sinclair, Toon Taris and Töres Theorell.

Contemporary Occupational Health Psychology

Author: Jonathan Houdmont
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1119971047
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Contemporary Occupational Health Psychology: Global Perspectives on Research and Practice, Volume 2 continues a definitive reference series published in association with the European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology (EAOHP) and the Society for Occupational Health Psychology (SOHP). The series summarizes state-of-the-art research and practice in the field of occupational health psychology. Volume 2 of the most important and influential research series in the rapidly growing field of occupational health psychology Presents state-of-the-art research along with its implications for real-world practice Provides in-depth reviews of hot topics, including new work from several top international experts in the field Volume 2 includes increased North American contributions, sourced by a dedicated North America editor

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Occupational Health Psychology

Author: Stavroula Leka
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9781444324167
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This ground-breaking textbook is the first to cover the new and rapidly developing field of occupational health psychology. Provides a thorough introduction to occupational health psychology and an accessible overview of the key themes in research and practice Each chapter relates to an aspect of the core education curriculum delineated by the European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology Written by internationally recognized experts in the field Examines a host of contemporary workplace health issues, including work-related stress; the psychosocial work environment; positive psychology and employee well-being; psychosocial risk management; workspace design; organizational research methods; and corporate culture and health

Contemporary Occupational Health Psychology

Author: Stavroula Leka
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118713893
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The third volume in an acclaimed biennial series showcasing the latest global thinking, research, and practice in the rapidly-evolving field of occupational health psychology. Published in partnership with the European Academy for Occupational Health Psychology (EAOHP) and the Society for Occupational Health Psychology (SOHP) Presents state-of-the-art research along with its implications for real-world practice, with contributions from Europe, North America, Asia, and Australia Topics covered include psychological health during organizational restructuring, immigrant occupational health and well-being, increasing the effectiveness of safety training programs, and the WHO Healthy Workplaces Model Contributors include Fred Leong, Hans de Witte, Eva Demerouti and Sir Michael Marmot

Research Methods In Occupational Health Psychology

Author: Robert R. Sinclair
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1136212396
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Research Methods in Occupational Health Psychology: Measurement, Design, and Data Analysis provides a state-of-the-art review of current issues and best practices in the science of Occupational Health Psychology. Occupational Health Psychology (OHP) is a multidisciplinary and rapidly growing area of research and it is difficult or impossible for researchers to keep up with developments in all of the fields where scholars conduct OHP science. This book will help OHP scholars improve their own research by translating recent innovations in methodology into sets of concrete recommendations that will help scholars improve their own research as well as their training of future researchers.

An Introduction To Contemporary Work Psychology

Author: Maria C.W. Peeters
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1119945526
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This is the first comprehensive overview of work psychology, with coverage of classic models, current theories, and contemporary issues affecting the 21st-century worker. Examines the positive aspects of work–motivation, performance, creativity, and engagement—instead of focusing only on adverse effects Edited by leaders in the field with chapters written by a global team of experts from the US, UK, Europe, and Australia Discusses topics such as safety at work, technology, working times, work-family interaction, working in teams , recovery, job demands and job resources, and sickness absence Suitable for advanced courses focused on work psychology as a sub discipline of work and organizational psychology Didactic features include questions for discussion, boxes with practical applications, further reading sections, and a glossary

Handbook Of Occupational Health Psychology

Author: James C. Quick
Editor: Amer Psychological Assn
ISBN: 9781557989277
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Occupational health psychology is a relatively young specialty within the science and practice of psychology. This handbook is designed to consolidate and organize the emerging knowledge in the field from the interdisciplinary perspectives of an international group of scholars and researchers. Part I includes 5 chapters designed to provide historical, contemporary, and future-oriented perspectives on this emerging specialty after first discussing prevention and public health in occupational settings. Part II includes 6 chapters that address key causes of health and safety at work as well as key risks to health and safety, focusing on factors both within the specific workplace as well as broader occupational factors and factors from the personal life domain. Regardless of how effectively organizations design prevention and public health programs to protect the health and safety of people at work, some experience symptoms and health disorders. The first 2 chapters in Part III focus on two key symptoms or health disorders, and the remaining 4 chapters address specific primary, secondary, or tertiary interventions for health and safety. The volume concludes with a 3-chapter part addressing issues of epidemiology, program evaluation, and socioeconomic cost-benefit analysis. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2004 APA, all rights reserved)

Work And Occupational Psychology

Author: Rachel Lewis
Editor: SAGE
ISBN: 1446260704
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Written by a team of experts and with contributions from seminal academics and leading practitioners, Work and Occupational Psychology links theoretical learning with key practical skills to form an ideal companion to any student in the field. Structured around the 8 core areas of Occupational Psychology to ensure a rounded overview Assumes no prior knowledge making it ideal for students studying Occupational Psychology for the first time Contemporary discussion including cutting edge research and reflections on the future Reflects a global workplace through discussion of international and cross-cultural issues and a range of international case studies Engages critically with the subject to encourage analytical thinking Online learning aids include hints and tips for discussion questions, online readings, and chapter podcasts www.sagepub.co.uk/zibarras Electronic Inspection Copy available for instructors here

Workplace Psychological Health

Author: Paula Brough
Editor: Edward Elgar Pub
ISBN: 9781847207654
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'Describing organisations as "ever changing" or "increasingly pressured" has been allowed to become a cliché. It is refreshing, therefore, to find a book which coolly and objectively reviews the psychological health issues in today's workplaces. from perennial problems such as occupational stress and job satisfaction to the contemporary issues of work addiction and the psychological impacts of email and the internet, this book makes a valuable contribution to the debate about the duty of care every employer has to their people in the 21st century.' - David Fairhurst, McDonald's Restaurants Northern Europe

Occupational Therapy For Children

Author: Pat Nuse Pratt
Editor: Mosby
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Building Psychological Resilience In Military Personnel

Author: Robert R. Sinclair
Editor: Amer Psychological Assn
ISBN: 9781433813313
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In this book, authors investigate the concept of resilience, and evaluate existing programs for developing and maintaining resilience that have been implemented in various branches of our armed forces.

Contemporary Social Work

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Contemporary Authors

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International Journal Of Contemporary Sociology

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Contemporary Mental Health Issues Among African Americans

Author: Debra A. Harley
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Human Safety And Risk Management

Author: A. Ian Glendon
Editor: CRC Press
ISBN: 1482220571
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The third edition of a bestseller, Human Safety and Risk Management: A Psychological Perspective incorporates a decade of new research and development to provide you with a comprehensive and contemporary guide to the psychology of risk and workplace safety. A major enhancement is reflected in the new subtitle for the book, A Psychological Perspective, which highlights both the expertise of the authors and also confirms the predominantly psychological orientation of the revised text. New in the Third Edition: State-of-the-art theory reviews, research findings, and practical applications New chapter on impact that sensor technologies have on approaches to safety and risk in contemporary society Enhanced chapters on key issues around sensing danger, risk perception, error detection, safety culture, risk management, leadership, teams, and stress management This book discusses how people perceive and manage risks and how to make the workplace a safer place. It examines the influence of individual factors on safety, as well as team and organizational factors at work, from a psychological perspective. It also highlights changes in safety due to the changing workplace, globalization, and managing employees’ safety and health beyond the workplace — a challenge that many organizations have yet to address. Reflecting current scientific research across a range of disciplines as it applies to human safety and risk management, this book helps you meet the challenges posed by the rapidly evolving workplace.

The American Journal Of Occupational Therapy

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Health Through Occupation

Author: Gary Kielhofner
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Contemporary Psychology In Europe

Author: James Georgas
Editor: Seattle ; Toronto : Hogrefe & Huber Publishers
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This book represents a distillation of the many streams of current psychology in Europe, in terms of theory, research, and application. Since nearly all major national societies and international subject-specific societies or associations are represented, this book projects the distinctness of European psychology in all its aspects, and gives a panoramic view of current psychology practice and research in Europe.