Effects of occupational stress on the physical and psychological health of women in a microelectronics plant.
Physical and psychological effects of occupational stress were examined in a sample of 552 female blue collar employees of a microelectronics facility.
After controlling for demographic and biological risk factors, non-work life events, and solvent exposure, job-related conflict was associated with depressive symptomatology, severe headaches, lightheadedness weakness/fatigue, rashes, and presence of multiple symptoms.
Job demands were only associated with multiple symptoms.
Solvent exposure did not interact with either of the job stress measures synergistically to increase symptom reports.
Mots-clés Pascal : Solvant organique, Toxicité, Stress, Lieu travail, Fabrication microélectronique, Industrie, Femme, Homme, Bien être physiologique, Bien être psychologique, Exposition professionnelle, Synergie, Facteur risque, Environnement social, Support social
Mots-clés Pascal anglais : Organic solvent, Toxicity, Stress, Work place, Microelectronic fabrication, Industry, Woman, Human, Physiological wellbeing, Psychological well being, Occupational exposure, Synergism, Risk factor, Social environment, Social support
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Cote : 92-0442614
Code Inist : 002B03L04. Création : 199406.