|Document ID (ISN)||108525|
|ISSN - Serial title
||0019-8366 - Industrial Health
|Convention or series no.
||Edimansyah B.A., Rusli B.N., Naing L., Mohamed Rusli B.A., Winn T., Tengku Mohamed Ariff B.R.H.
||Self-perceived depression, anxiety, stress and their relationships with psychological job factors in male automotive assembly workers
||Jan. 2008, Vol.46, No.1, p.90-100. 40 ref.
||This cross-sectional study explores the self-perceived depression, anxiety and stress and their relationships with psychosocial job factors among automotive industry workers in Malaysia. A total of 728 workers, all male, responded to Malay versions of the Depression Anxiety Stress Scales (DASS) questionnaire and Job Content Questionnaire (JCQ). The prevalence of self-perceived depression, anxiety and stress was 35.4%, 47.2% and 31.1%, respectively. Multiple linear regression analyses revealed that psychological job demand, job insecurity and hazardous working conditions were positively associated with depression, anxiety and stress, while supervisor support was inversely associated with depression and stress. Implications of these findings are discussed.
||anxiety; depressive neurosis; risk factors; stress factors; motor vehicle industry; psychology of work organization
||subjective assessment; male workers; Malaysia; frequency rates; cross-sectional study; statistical evaluation; terms of employment; conditions of work
||D - Periodical articles
|Country / State or Province||Brunei Darussalam; Malaysia|
||Metal production and metalworking
|Broad subject area(s)
||Stress, psychosocial factors
Mental stress and burnout
Motor vehicle manufacturing industry
Psychology of work organization