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workload, interpersonal conflict, and lack of control

h Gender differences, age, personalit, and job experience ʹ job


performance
h -ex examines the relationship between major job-related
stressors and a variet of performance indexes.
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- Pines, Ayala Malach; Ben-Ari, Adital; Utasi, Agnes; Larson, Dale
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h § murve on cross-culture with four different tpes of citizens

h Findings
â espondents were asked to rate the importance of six
support functions (random) and to indicate the extent to
which the are available to them in their lives

âmocial support plas a major role in cross-culture work


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h Findings
lack of social support at work was significantl associated with
depression in both genders
High job strain was significantl associated with depression
among men
Women with low levels of decision authorit were more likel to
have depression
h Conclusion 
Gender differences appear to affect work-stress factors that
increase risk for depression
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- Puder, Robin S. Psychology and Aging. ol 3(2), Jun 1988, 204-
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h his stud explored the effectiveness, in terms of age


of the client, of a 10-week cognitiveʹbehavioral group
therap (stress inoculation training) for chronic pain
h mtress inoculation training appears to be an effective
method of ameliorating the interference of chronic
pain with the dail activities of life for adults of all
ages
      
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- By DeLongis, Anita; Folkman, Susan; Lazarus, Richard S.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. ol 54(3), Mar 1988, 486-
495.

h he somatic and pschological effects of common


everda hassles were investigated
h hese data suggest that persons with low
pschosocial resources are vulnerable to illness and
mood disturbance when their stress levels increase,
even if the generall have little stress in their lives
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h ecreased emploee turnover ratio
h Change in the life stle of P emploees due
to improper work timings.
h Increased number of outh prone to acute
diseases.
h wangalore incident
h Improper work life balance
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h o identif stressors, moderators and stress
outcomes for corporate.
h o render possible suggestions to prevent
stress at its earl stage and make the health
emploees to enjo their work life.