Job strain and the risk of depression: is reporting biased?

@article{Kolstad2011JobSA,
  title={Job strain and the risk of depression: is reporting biased?},
  author={Henrik Albert Kolstad and {\AA}se Marie Hansen and Anette K{\ae}rgaard and Jesper Skovhus Thomsen and Linda Kaerlev and Sigurd Mikkelsen and Matias Br{\o}dsgaard Grynderup and Ole N Mors and Reiner Rugulies and Ann Suhl Kristensen and Johann Hviid Andersen and Jens Peter Ellekilde Bonde},
  journal={American journal of epidemiology},
  year={2011},
  volume={173 1},
  pages={
          94-102
        }
}
It is unknown whether the relation between job strain and depression reflects causal characteristics of the working environment or reporting bias. The authors investigated reporting bias by analyzing individual versus work-unit measures of job strain and the risk of depressive symptoms (n = 287) and a diagnosis of depression (n = 97) among 4,291 employees within 378 work units in Aarhus, Denmark, 2007. All participants reported psychological demands and decision latitude, and the authors… CONTINUE READING

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