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Publikationsliste 2015

Baethge A, Müller A, Rigotti T:
Nursing performance under high workload – A diary study on the moderating role of selection, optimization, and compensation strategies.
Journal of Advanced Nursing 2015   72: 545-557

Degen C, Li J, Angerer P:
Physicians' intention to leave direct patient care: an integrative review.
Hum Resour Health (Impact Factor: 1.65). 2015 Sep 8;13(1):74. doi: 10.1186/s12960-015-0068-5.

Fischer N, Degen C, Li J, Loerbroks A, Müller A, Angerer P:
Associations of psychosocial working conditions and working time characteristics with somatic complaints in German resident physicians.
Int Arch Occup Environ Health,  pp 1-10, First online: 05 November 2015  10.1007/s00420-015-1096-0 (Impact Factor: 2.198)

Herr RM, Bosch JA, Loerbroks A, van Vianen AEM, Jarczok MN, Fischer JE, Schmidt B:
Three job stress models and their relationship with musculoskeletal pain in blue- and white-collar workers.
J Psychosom Res 2015:79:340-347(JIF: 2.736)

Herr RM, Bosch JA, van Vianen AEM, Jarczok M, Thayer JF, Li J, Schmidt B, Fischer JE, Loerbroks A:
Organizational justice is related to heart rate variability in white-collar workers, but not in blue-collar workers - findings from a cross-sectional study.
Ann Behav Med 2015; 49:434-448 (Impact Factor: 3.621)

Herr RM, Loerbroks A, van Vianen AEM, Hoffmann K, Fischer JE, Bosch JA:
Injustice at work and leukocyte glucocorticoid sensitivity: findings from a cross-sectional study.
Psychosom Med 2015;77:527-538 (JIF: 4.085)

Jarczok MN, Kleber ME, Koenig J, Loerbroks A, Herr RM, Hoffmann K, Fischer JE,  Benyamini Y, Thayer JF:
Investigating the associations of self-rated health: Heart rate variability is more strongly associated than inflammatory and other frequently used biomarkers in a cross sectional occupational sample.
PLoS ONE 2015; 10: e0117196 (19 pages) (Impact Factor: 3.53)

Kretschmer V, Riedel N:
Ein- und Durchschlafstörungen in Abhängigkeit von atypischen Beschäftigungsformen – Geschlechterunterschiede in der lidA-Studie.
Georg Thieme Verlag KG Stuttgart New York, Gesundheitswesen 2015; 77(04): e77-e84
DOI: 10.1055/s-0034-1398600 (Impact Factor: 0.624)

Li J, Zhang M, Loerbroks A, Angerer P, Siegrist J:
Work stress and the risk of recurrent coronary heart disease events: A systematic review and meta-analysis.
Int J Occup Med Environ Health, 2015, 28 (1): 8-19 (Impact Factor: 1.094)

Li J, Dollard MF, Loerbroks A, Angerer P:
Cardiovascular disease is associated with the perception of worsening psychosocial work characteristics.
Int J Cardiol, 2015, 186: 149-151. (Impact Factor 6.175)

Liebermann S, Müller A, Weigl M, Wegge J:
Antecedents of Remaining in Nursing until Retirement Age.
Journal of Advanced Nursing 2015; 71: 1624–1638

Loerbroks A, Herr RM, Li J, Bosch JA, Seegel M, Schneider M, Angerer P, Schmidt B:
The association of effort-reward imbalance and asthma: findings from two cross-sectional studies.
Int Arch Occup Environ Health 2015; 88: 351-358 (Impact Factor: 2.198)

Loerbroks A, Shang L, Angerer P, Li J:
Effort-reward imbalance at work increases the risk of the metabolic syndrome: a prospective study in Chinese university staff.
Int J Cardiol 2015; 182: 390-391 (Impact Factor: 6.175)

Loerbroks A, Shang L, Angerer P, Li J:
Chinese NEXT Study Group. Psychosocial work characteristics and needle stick and sharps injuries among nurses in China: a prospective study.
Int Arch Occup Environ Health 2015; 88: 925-932 (JIF: 2.198)

Loerbroks A, Weigl M, Li J, Glaser J, Degen C, Angerer P:
Workplace bullying and depressive symptoms: a prospective study among junior physicians in Germany.
J Psychosom Res 2015; 78: 168-172 (Impact Factor: 2.839)

Mauss D, Li J, Schmidt B, Angerer P, Jarczok MN:
Measuring Allostatic Load in the Workforce-A Systematic Review.
Ind Health, 2015, 53 (1): 5-20 (Impact Factor: 1.045)

Müller A, De Lange A, Weigl M, Van der Heijden B, Ackermans J, Wilkenloh J:
Task performance among employees above 65 years: The role of cognitive functioning and job demand-control.
Work, Aging and Retirement 2015. Special issue on "Managing late careers in Europe - a psychological perspective"; 1: 296-308

Müller A, Weigl M:
Selection, Optimization, and Compensation at Work in Relation to Age.
In: Pachana, N. (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Geropsychology. Singapore: Springer Singapore. 2015; pp. 1-7.

Riedel N, Müller A, Ebener M:
Applying strategies of selection, optimization and compensation to maintain work ability - a psychosocial resource complementing the job demand-control model? Results from the representative lidA cohort study on work, age, and health in Germany.
Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine 2015; 57: 552-561

Shang L, Riedel N, Loerbroks A, Mueller A, Wege N, Angerer P, Li J:
The Association Between Effort-Reward Imbalance and Depressive Symptoms Is Modified by Selection, Optimization, and Compensation Strategy.
J Occup Environ Med 2015 Nov; 57(11): 1222-1227 (Impact Factor 1.630)

Schipke JD, Kelm M, Siegmund K, Muth T, Sievers B, Steiner S:
“Lung packing” in breath hold-diving: An impressive case of pulmo-cardiac interaction.
Respiratory Medicine Case Reports 16 (2015): 120-121

Schmidt B, Bosch JA, Jarczok MN, Herr RM, Loerbroks A, van Vianen AEM, Fischer JE:
Effort­-reward imbalance is associated with the metabolic syndrome - Findings from the Mannheim Industrial Cohort Study. (MICS).
Int J Cardiol 178; 24-28 (Impact Factor: 6.175)

Weigl A, Müller A, Holland S, Wedel S, Woloshynowiych M:
Work conditions, mental workload, and patient care quality: A multisource study in the Emergency Department.
BMJ Quality & Safety 2015: doi: 10.1136/bmjqs-2014-003744

Yang Z, Yang B, Li J:
Perspectives on compensation and legislation of death due to work overload - karoshi.
QJM 2015 Apr; 108 (4): 349-50. doi: 10.1093/qjmed/hcu207. Epub 2014 Sep 29. (Impact Factor: 2.461)

 

 

Buch-Beiträge

Angerer P, Müller A:
Occupational Stress Management.
In: James D. Wright (editor-in-chief), International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, 2nd edition, Vol 17. Oxford: Elsevier. pp. 147–152 (2015). 

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