The role of sleep disturbances in the longitudinal relationship between psychosocial working conditions, measured by work demands and support, and depression.

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STUDY OBJECTIVES Because work demands and lack of social support seem to be prospectively linked to sleep problems, and sleep problems are linked to depression, sleep problems may play a role in the relationship between these work characteristics and depressive symptoms. In order to shed more light on this relationship, the current study investigated… (More)
DOI: 10.5665/sleep.4254

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@article{Hanson2014TheRO, title={The role of sleep disturbances in the longitudinal relationship between psychosocial working conditions, measured by work demands and support, and depression.}, author={Linda L Magnusson Hanson and Holendro Singh Chungkham and Torbj{\"o}rn {\AA}kerstedt and Hugo Westerlund}, journal={Sleep}, year={2014}, volume={37 12}, pages={1977-85} }