Ingrid Wännström

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Psychometric properties, particularly predictive validity, of scales in the General Nordic Questionnaire for Psychological and Social Factors at Work (QPS(Nordic)) were assessed. The analysis is confined to the scales in the QPS(Nordic,) and 24 of the 26 scales are included. A large group of Swedish county council employees (n= 3,976; response rate = 65%)(More)
AIM To assess the psychometric properties of a comprehensive tool for assessing psychosocial work characteristics(the QPSNordic), focusing on measurement invariance (MI) across occupations. METHODS QPSNordic consists of 26 scales covering task, individual, and organizational aspects of work. Multiple group confirmatory factor analyses were performed in(More)
OBJECTIVES The assessment of job demands, a pivotal concept in the study of work stress, is often problematic. Part of the problem is that people differ in their perception of whether a given task is overly demanding, or merely a welcome challenge. This study address this problem by examining alternative response formats for job demands that include the(More)
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