Emerging Issues in Occupational Health Psychology

Edited by
December 2021
372 pages
  • ISBN978-3-0365-2481-8 (Hardback)
  • ISBN978-3-0365-2480-1 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue Emerging Issues in Occupational Health Psychology that was published in

Environmental & Earth Sciences
Medicine & Pharmacology
Public Health & Healthcare

This book compiles the cutting-edge research published in the Special Issue “Emerging Issues in Occupational Health Psychology” (International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health). The articles included in this book use strong and innovative theoretical approaches to provide evidence regarding the importance of working characteristics and resources to promote healthier and more sustainable environments in which employees can be happy and productive.

  • Hardback
© 2022 by the authors; CC BY-NC-ND license
coronary artery disease; mental exertion; physical performance; psychometric properties; multidimensional fatigue inventory; fatigue; reliability and validity; rehabilitation; kindergarten teacher; mindfulness; emotional intelligence (EI); psychological distress; anxiety; depression; emergency; healthcare workers; infectious disease; insomnia; logistic regression; organizational justice; SARS-CoV-2; sleep; biological sex; gender diversity; masculinity traits; femininity traits; work and family demands; work and family conflict; Chinese culture; systematic review; occupational trauma; posttraumatic stress disorder; depression; occupational accident; occupational disease; job crafting; work engagement; perceived work group member status diversity; creativity; diary study; work ability; healthcare workers; gender; age; occupational risk; mediation; entrepreneurial team; environmental dynamism; individual innovation; uncertainty reduction theory; information exchange behavior; psychological wellbeing; proactive performance; leader-member exchange; team-member exchange; job characteristics; paradoxical leadership; job crafting; career resilience; task performance; self-regulation theory; perceived green HRM; green psychological climate; harmonious environmental passion; voluntary workplace green behavior; green creativity; job characteristics; employee well-being; work stress; latent profiles; biomarkers; hormones; cortisol; glycemia; presenteeism; productivity; mental health; technostress; education; dark side; information overload; skepticism; fatigue; anxiety; inefficacy; confirmatory factor analysis; affective events; work engagement; sensitization-satiation effects; job demands-resources model; experience sampling; growth curve modeling; work adjustment; remote work; structural factors; relational factors; contextual factors; COVID-19 pandemic; COVID-19; mental health; PTSD; pattern; intrusion; hyperarousal; avoidance; interpersonal conflict; burnout; job satisfaction; service quality; work-unit performance; tourism and hospitality; occupational health and well-being; emotional demands; workload; role ambiguity; multilevel modeling; psychosocial workplace factors; organizational health; healthy leadership; workplace health promotion; qualitative study; COVID-19 pandemic; SARS-CoV-2; trauma; growth; psychological health; workers’ wellbeing; occupational health and safety; n/a