|Document ID (ISN)||103221|
|Convention or series no.
||HSE Research Report RR 170
||Daniels K., Jones D., Fergusson E., Perryman S., Rick J.
Health and Safety Executive
||Cognitive factors' influence on the expression and reporting of work-related stress
||HSE Books, P.O. Box 1999, Sudbury, Suffolk CO10 2WA, United Kingdom, 2003. viii, 132p. Illus. Approx 240 ref. Price: GBP 20.00. Downloadable version free of charge.
||http://www.hse.gov.uk/research/rrpdf/rr170.pdf [in English]
||This study examined the extent to which individual differences in factors such as personality and attitudes are responsible for the incidence of stress-related illness and reporting of stress-related problems through questionnaires and other monitoring processes. The work involved a meta-analysis of longitudinal studies of ill-health, work conditions and individual differences, as well as an examination of representative databases of the UK population. It was concluded that cognitive factors in the experience of unpleasant emotions might play a central role in both the development and reporting of stress-related illness.
||individual variables; occupational diseases; notification of occupational diseases; risk factors; stress factors
||literature survey; United Kingdom; report; work efficiency; computerized data bases; conditions of work; questionnaire survey; statistical evaluation; character
||E - Books, reports, proceedings
|Country / State or Province||United Kingdom|
||Psychology and sociology
|Broad subject area(s)
||Stress, psychosocial factors
||Notification of accidents and diseases
Mental stress and burnout