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G. Caplan & R. S. Gordon

In: Handbook of Work Stress

Chapter 25: Editors' Overview: Interventions

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Editors' Overview: Interventions
Editors' overview: Interventions

The previous sections of this handbook have covered the major work stressors experienced by individuals in organizations, the major individual and organizational outcomes resulting from exposure to work stressors, and the experience of special populations of workers regarding the work stress process. Although the exploration of each of these issues is important for our understanding of work stress, we ultimately need to consider interventions aimed at managing exposure to work stressors and the resulting deleterious outcomes. As will be documented in the next two chapters, work stress interventions have received considerably less research attention compared with other aspects of the work stress process.

Work stress interventions can be conceptualized within the public health notion of prevention. As applied to the arena ...

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