Modeling the Stress-Strain Relationship in Work Settings Meni Koslowsky

ISBN: 9786611142193

Published: January 1st 2008

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Modeling the Stress-Strain Relationship in Work Settings  by  Meni Koslowsky

Modeling the Stress-Strain Relationship in Work Settings by Meni Koslowsky
January 1st 2008 | ebook | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | | ISBN: 9786611142193 | 4.72 Mb

Stress is a popular topic in the literature of both occupational and health psychology, but its empirical definition is seldom accurate or generalisable. Meni Koslowsky presents here for the first time a way of modelling stress-strain that willMoreStress is a popular topic in the literature of both occupational and health psychology, but its empirical definition is seldom accurate or generalisable. Meni Koslowsky presents here for the first time a way of modelling stress-strain that will enable researchers to both assess examples from the literature and correctly define and use the model in their own investigations.

All stages from construction of the model to data analysis are covered, along with possible pitfalls. Modelling the Stress-Strain Relationship in Work Settings discusses and evaluates various competing models in the literature, and suggests a synthesis which allows the reader to identify and measure stressors, moderators, mediators and strain reactions. The book identifies the critical variables and explains how various new techniques can be applied to these data.

This enables investigators to develop and test models for describing stress phenomena in their own settings. Modelling the Stress-Strain Relationship in Work Settings will be an essential research tool for all those who assess stress and strain in their working lives.



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