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  1. Gender harassment, job satisfaction, and distress among employed white and minority women.

    Journal of Occupational Health Psychology 3(1):33 (1998) PMID 9552270

    This study tested the hypotheses that gender harassment is related to decreased job satisfaction and increased distress, and that White and minority women differ in their responses to it, in a sample of 385 women office workers. Over 70% reported exposure to gender harassment at work. As predicted,...
  2. Duty-related stressors and PTSD symptoms in suburban police officers.

    Psychological Reports 81(3 Pt 1):835 (1997) PMID 9400075

    This study examined the effects of duty-related stress on police officers. Using a sample of 100 suburban police officers, an anonymous questionnaire requested demographic information and included a measure of duty-related stressors, SCL-90-R, the Posttraumatic Stress Disorder scale of the Impact of...
  3. Stop and count to 30.

    Texas medicine 93(7):38 (1997) PMID 9226989

  4. The postconcussional syndrome: a rose by any other name.

    Journal of Psychosomatic Research 40(6):563 (1996) PMID 8843036

  5. Psychosomatic symptoms in human service work. A study on Swedish social workers and social insurance personnel.

    Scandinavian Journal of Social Medicine 24(1):43 (1996) PMID 8740875

    This study reports on subjective health of personnel in human services and other occupations. A mail questionnaire was sent to 8296 employees in the Social Insurance Organization (SIO) and the Individual and Family Care (IFC) in social welfare agencies. The response rate was 69.1% or 5730 persons. P...
  6. Personality and health: advantages and limitations of the five-factor model.

    Journal of Personality 60(2):395 (1992) PMID 1635048

    Interest in the association between personality characteristics and physical health has been renewed in recent years. Theory and research in this area has also been complicated by conceptual and methodological limitations. The present article briefly reviews this literature and discusses the advanta...
  7. Psychogenic HIV infection.

    International Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine 21(1):93 (1991) PMID 2066260

    The case of a man who falsely represented himself as being HIV positive is reported. In less than one year he was admitted twice with symptoms suggestive of HIV infection. The diagnoses malingering and factitious disorder were consecutively made. Early recognition of Factitious Disorder is essential...
  8. Type A behavior, hardiness, and psychological well-being in Japanese women.

    Psychological Reports 67(2):367 (1990) PMID 2263683

    The effects of Type A behavior and hardiness on depression and physical symptoms in the face of hassles were examined in 107 Japanese female college students. Analysis of variance indicated that Type A females had less depression under low hassles. There were no hardiness main effects or interaction...
  9. Characterizing somatization, hypochondriasis, and hysteria in the borderline personality disorder.

    Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica 73(3):307 (1986) PMID 3716848

    Somatization, hypochondriasis, and hysteria have often been considered as associated features of the borderline personality disorder. This study was designed to characterize these three syndromes in the borderline patient. Inpatients with DSM-III borderline personality disorder were compared with co...
  10. [Significance of the inducing situation and conflict content of the current life status in females with neurotic-functional disorders].

    Zeitschrift fur arztliche Fortbildung (Berlin) 79(4):147 (1985) PMID 3993100