Job stress: a complex yet timely subject. (Book review: Occupational stress: a handbook - Crandall, R, Perrewe, PL).
Contemp Psychol 1996 Jun; 41(6):613-614
I believe that the reader will find this book to be interesting and useful. It should be of particular value to empirical researchers seeking a compendium of current knowledge regarding the constructs, theories, and methods of job stress research. The book in likely, however, to disappoint the practitioner seeking definitive solutions to the increasingly important and costly problem of job stress.
Occupational-health; Occupational-psychology; Psychological-effects; Psychological-factors; Psychological-fatigue; Psychological-reactions; Psychological-responses; Psychological-stress
Joseph J. Hurrell, NIOSH, DSHEFS, Alice Hamilton Laboratory, 5555 Ridge Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45213