“This book by psychology academics and practitionersprovides an overview of current practice in occupational healthpsychology . . . Nevertheless, this is not a light read but a bookto dip into chapter at a time rather than read from cover tocover.” (Occupational Medicine, 18 November2012)
“Ideal for advanced scholars of OHP, the book will also beof interest to students of applied psychology. Summing Up:Recommended. Upper-division undergraduates through facultyand professionals.” (Choice, 1 October 2012)
From the Back Cover
Contemporary Occupational Health Psychology: Global Perspectiveson Research and Practice, Volume 2
continues a highly-acclaimedbiennial book series published in association with the EuropeanAcademy of Occupational Health Psychology (EAOHP) and the Societyfor Occupational Health Psychology (SOHP). Volume 2 presents avaluable overview of new work by leading academics andpractitioners in the field, and features many important updates toissues relating to positive psychology in the workplace,presenteeism, abusive work supervision and health, organizationalpolitics and wellbeing, ageing and work, humor and occupationalhealth, stress and health risk behaviors.
For Volume 2, the international roster of top names issupplemented by notable additions including Gary Johns, GeorgBauer, Kevin Kelloway, Nate Bowling and Rob Briner.