Are changes in workplace bullying status related to changes in salivary cortisol? A longitudinal study among Danish employees.

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OBJECTIVES This study aims to investigate whether incident workplace bullying and its dicontinuance is related to subsequent change in morning and evening saliva cortisol concentrations. METHODS Participants came from two Danish cohort studies, the PRISME cohort (n=4489) and the Workplace Bullying and Harassment Cohort (n=3707). At baseline and follow-up… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.jpsychores.2015.10.001

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@article{Gullander2015AreCI, title={Are changes in workplace bullying status related to changes in salivary cortisol? A longitudinal study among Danish employees.}, author={Maria Gullander and Matias Br\odsgaard Grynderup and {\AA}se Marie Hansen and Annie Hogh and Roger Persson and Henrik Albert Kolstad and Ole N Mors and Linda Kaerlev and Jens Peter Ellekilde Bonde}, journal={Journal of psychosomatic research}, year={2015}, volume={79 5}, pages={435-42} }