Chronic perceived work stress and blood pressure among Australian government employees.

@article{Chapman1990ChronicPW,
  title={Chronic perceived work stress and blood pressure among Australian government employees.},
  author={Aub Chapman and John A Mandryk and Michael S Frommer and B V Edye and David D. Ferguson},
  journal={Scandinavian journal of work, environment & health},
  year={1990},
  volume={16 4},
  pages={258-69}
}
Prospective data on 2634 Australian government employees over five years were examined for the effects of chronic perceived work stress on blood pressure change. The study sample (2100 men and 534 women) represented 57% of the original volunteers, or 75% of those eligible after exclusion criteria were met. Data on perceived stress were obtained by questionnaire, and a principal component analysis produced six components: qualitative demands, quantitative demands, job control, future control… CONTINUE READING

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