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Taking work home : A study of daily fluctuations in work stressors, effects on moods and impacts on marital partners
Investigates day-to-day influences of fluctuations in the individual's perceptions of work and work stressors in a sample of full-time working couples. Effect of work stressors on the individual; Criticisms on occupational ...
A refutation of Karasek's demand – discretion model of occupational stress with a range of dependent measures.
Karasek's (1979) demand–discretion model of occupational stress has been highly influential but has been criticized as confounding social class variables (Payne and Fletcher, 1983), ignoring the curvilinearity of relationships ...
An Empirical Study of Occupational Stress Transmission in Working Couples
The associations between work demands, supports, and levels of psychological and physical health have been clearly established by research. There is growing evidence that occupational stressors are transmitted to spouses, ...