Development of a Short Questionnaire to Measure an Extended Set of Job Demands, Job Resources, and Positive Health Outcomes: The New Brief Job Stress Questionnaire

@inproceedings{Inoue2014DevelopmentOA,
  title={Development of a Short Questionnaire to Measure an Extended Set of Job
Demands, Job Resources, and Positive Health Outcomes: The New Brief Job Stress
Questionnaire},
  author={Akiomi Inoue and Norito Kawakami and Teruichi Shimomitsu and Akizumi Tsutsumi and Takashi Haratani and Toru Yoshikawa and Akihito Shimazu and Yuko Odagiri},
  booktitle={Industrial health},
  year={2014}
}
This study aimed to investigate the reliability and construct validity of a new version of the Brief Job Stress Questionnaire (New BJSQ), which measures an extended set of psychosocial factors at work by adding new scales/items to the current version of the BJSQ. Additional scales/items were extensively collected from theoretical job stress models and similar questionnaires in several countries. Scales/items were field-tested and refined through a pilot internet survey. Finally, an 84-item… CONTINUE READING