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PSYC 4550 week one notes

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these are the notes from week one: 1/13/16.
Stress Factors of Work
Kelsey-Jo Ritter
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Date Created: 01/19/16
1/13/16 Wednesday Ch. 1 Foreword Narrowing the Science-Policy Gap I. Detriments to well-being and health a. Physical, Biologial, Chemical b. Social/Economic Conditions c. Causality and Prevention Ch. 2 Public Health in Occupational Settings I. Work a. Meaning b. Safetly and Health i. Defining healthy organizations and people ii. Origin of OHP (humanitatian/economic based enterprise) c. Changing Working i. Employment context ii. Organization of work iii. The people II. PATH and Public Health Model a. Primary intervention b. Secondary intervention III. History of OHP a. 1760s-1840s i. Industrial revolution b. 1911 i. Taylorism c. 1920s i. Western Electric company (Hawthorne Studies) d. 1930s i. Marie Jahoda and Unemployment e. 1950s-1960s i. Herzberg, Hackman, and Oldham Job Design Theories, ii. U of M Institute for Social Research f. 1970s-1980s i. Karasek, Gardell Demands, control, cardiovascular disease g. 1990s i. NOISH (Dayton) ii. Work and Stress, Journal of Occupational Health Psychology h. 2000s i. Society for Occupational Health Psychology (SOHP) IV. Theories of Occupational Stress a. Stress and Psychology i. Homeostasis ii. General Adaptation Syndrome iii. Allostatic Load Model iv. Transactional Model v. Person-Environmental Fit vi. Job Demands-Control Model vii. Conservation of Resrources viii. Effort-Reward Imbalance Theory


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