Perceived job stress and mental health in precision machine workers of Japan: a 2 year cohort study

Mino, Y.; Shigemi, J.; Tsuda, T.; Yasuda, N.; Bebbington, P.
January 1999
Occupational & Environmental Medicine;Jan1999, Vol. 56 Issue 1, p41
Academic Journal
Cites a study to determine the impact of perceived job stress on the mental health in occupational settings. Methods applied in the study; Analysis of multiple logistic regression; Dependency of type of job stress that predicts mental health on the characteristics of the workplace.


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