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Handbook of managerial behavior and occupational health

Alexancer-Stamatios G. Antoniou, Cary L. Cooper, George P. Chrousos, Charles D. Spielberger og Michael William Eysenck

Edward Elgar Publ. 2008. 496 s.
Bogomtale fra forlaget.

This exciting new Handbook provides an authoritative and comprehensive overview of managerial behavior and occupational health. Containing both theoretical and empirical contributions written by eminent academics, the Handbook covers a range of factors that influence behavior including migration and health, job insecurity, the impact of age diversity, work stress and health in the context of social inequality as well as occupational health from a psychological perspective. It will be an essential reference tool to further research on psychology, stress and understanding the behaviors of health within working environments. Contents: Part I: Conceptualization and Theoretical Framework Part II: Specific Issues in Organizational Psychology Part III: Occupational Stress, Well-Being and Health Part IV: Professional Burnout, Coping and Prevention Part V: Immigration, Acculturation and Health Part VI: Emotion at Work Part VII: Social Support Aspects Contents:

PART I: CONCEPTUALIZATION AND THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK
1. Occupational Health Psychology: From Preventive Medicine to Psychologically Healthy Workplaces
M. Macik-Frey, J.D. Quick, J.C. Quick and D.L. Nelson

2. When Stress is Less (Harmful)
T. Beehr and S. Grebner

3. Leadership Development from a Complexity Perspective
R. Boyatzis

4. Addiction at Work – A Challenge for Occupational Health Psychology
W. Beiglboeck and S. Feselmayer

5. Coping and Appraisals in a Work Setting: A Closer Examination of the
Relationship
P. Dewe

PART II: SPECIFIC ISSUES IN ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
6. The Impact of Age Diversity in Teams on Group Performance,
Innovation and Health
J. Wegge and K.-H. Schmidt

7. Single Childfree Adults: The Work–Life Stress of an Unexpected Group
W. Casper and J. Swanberg

8. Russian Managers and Doctor’s Indexes of Latent Motivation Associated with Social Frustration
V. Kuznetsov

9. Enhancing Occupational Safety: Non-Technical Skills
R. Flin

10. The Moderating Role of Interpersonal Justice on the Relationship between Eysenckian Personality Dimensions and Employee Voice and Employee Silence
A. Omar

11. “Unhealthy” Relationships at Work and Emerging Ethical Issues
A.-S. Antoniou and M. Athinaiou

PART III: OCCUPATIONAL STRESS, WELL-BEING AND HEALTH
12. How Altruism Undermines Mental Health and Happiness
E. Locke and E. Kenner

13. Work Stress and Health in the Context of Social Inequality
J. Siegrist and C. Menni

14. The Challenges Facing the Temporary Workforce: An Examination of Stressors, Well-being Outcomes and Gender Differences
S. Crozier and M. Davidson

15. Interpersonal Affect Regulation and Well-being in the Workplace
K. Niven, P. Totterdell and D. Holman

16. Well-being and Stress in Small and Medium Companies
C. Brotherton, C. Deighan and T. Lansdown

PART IV: PROFESSIONAL BURNOUT, COPING AND PREVENTION
17. Value Congruence, Burnout, and Culture: Similarities and Contrasts for Canadian and Spanish Nurses
M. Leiter, S. Gascón and B. Martínez-Jarreta

18. Coping with Burnout: A Theoretical Perspective and a Corresponding Measure
A. Malach-Pines

19. Implications of Burnout for Health Professionals
T. Munyon, D. Breaux and P. Perrewe

20. Self-efficacy Training Programs to Cope with Highly Demanding Work Situations and Prevent Burnout
C. Tabernero, A. Arenas and E. Briones

21. Relations between Unfairness, Stress and Health Problems (Including Burnout)
H. Steensma

PART V: IMMIGRATION, ACCULTURATION AND HEALTH
22. Immigration, Unemployment and Career Counseling: A Multicultural Perspective
A.-S. Antoniou and M. Dalla

23. Migration and Health: Psychosocial Determinants
B. Kirkcaldy, A. Furnham and G. Siefen

24. Acculturative Stress in Professional Immigrants: Towards a Cultural Theory of Stress
R.S. Bhagat, C.A. Davis and M.L. London

25. Immigration, Acculturation and Drug Abuse: Multicultural Aspects of Treatment
M. Dalla, A.-S. Antoniou, K. Matsa and C. Prapas

PART VI: EMOTION AT WORK
26. Emotional Intelligence (EI) and Coping with Occupational Stress: What Have We Learned So Far?
M. Zeidner

27. The Relationship between the Psychological Contract and Emotional Labour at Work and the Implications for Psychological Well-being and Organizational Functioning
A. Weinberg

PART VII: SOCIAL SUPPORT ASPECTS
28. Stress, Social Support, and Blood Pressure: Worktime–Downtime Distinctions
B. Hughes

29. Longitudinal Data on Work-Related Social Support and its Impact on Perception of Job Demands and Job Control
R. Cieslak