Self-perceived stress reactivity is an indicator of psychosocial impairment at the workplace

@inproceedings{Limm2010SelfperceivedSR,
  title={Self-perceived stress reactivity is an indicator of psychosocial impairment at the workplace},
  author={Heribert Limm and Peter Angerer and Mechthild Heinmueller and Birgitt Marten-Mittag and Urs M Nater and Harald Guendel},
  booktitle={BMC public health},
  year={2010}
}
BACKGROUND Work related stress is associated with a range of debilitating health outcomes. However, no unanimously accepted assessment tool exists for the early identification of individuals suffering from chronic job stress. The psychological concept of self-perceived stress reactivity refers to the individual disposition of a person to answer stressors with immediate as well as long lasting stress reactions, and it could be a valid indicator of current as well as prospective adverse health… CONTINUE READING
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