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A growing number of studies have demonstrated the efficacy of worksite stress management training for reducing worker psychophysiological arousal and subjective reports of anxiety, depression, and somatic complaints. The role of stress management in the larger context of occupational stress...
With the increased interest in workrelated stress that has evolved in the last several years has come a corresponding interest in stress management techniques and interventions. The effectiveness of four individual stress management techniques relaxation training, biofeedback, cognitive...
A framework for understanding the different types of stress management interventions and their possible outcomes is provided. The various empirical investigations into worksite stress management interventions are then reviewed within the context of this paradigm. Questions are raised about the...
The intent here is to present a representative, though not exhaustive, review of some recent empirical and theoretical literature on stress and the management of stress in occupational settings. The paper begins with a synopsis of the financial cost to the employer of unchecked excessive levels...
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