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441 articles co-cited >1



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A longitudinal study of job strain and ambulatory blood pressure: results from a three-year follow-up.
P L Schnall, J E Schwartz, P A Landsbergis, K Warren, T G Pickering. Psychosom Med 1998
195
18

Job strain and cardiovascular disease.
P L Schnall, P A Landsbergis, D Baker. Annu Rev Public Health 1994
449
14



Work stress and risk of cardiovascular mortality: prospective cohort study of industrial employees.
Mika Kivimäki, Päivi Leino-Arjas, Ritva Luukkonen, Hilkka Riihimäki, Jussi Vahtera, Juhani Kirjonen. BMJ 2002
437
13

Is job strain a major source of cardiovascular disease risk?
Karen L Belkic, Paul A Landsbergis, Peter L Schnall, Dean Baker. Scand J Work Environ Health 2004
390
13


Occupational class and exposure to job stressors among employed men and women in Japan.
Norito Kawakami, Takashi Haratani, Fumio Kobayashi, Masao Ishizaki, Takeshi Hayashi, Osamu Fujita, Yoshiharu Aizawa, Shogo Miyazaki, Hisanori Hiro, Takeshi Masumoto,[...]. J Epidemiol 2004
46
23

Job decision latitude, job demands, and cardiovascular disease: a prospective study of Swedish men.
R Karasek, D Baker, F Marxer, A Ahlbom, T Theorell. Am J Public Health 1981
873
10

Relation between job strain, alcohol, and ambulatory blood pressure.
P L Schnall, J E Schwartz, P A Landsbergis, K Warren, T G Pickering. Hypertension 1992
207
10

Two alternative job stress models and the risk of coronary heart disease.
H Bosma, R Peter, J Siegrist, M Marmot. Am J Public Health 1998
429
10

The Job Content Questionnaire (JCQ): an instrument for internationally comparative assessments of psychosocial job characteristics.
R Karasek, C Brisson, N Kawakami, I Houtman, P Bongers, B Amick. J Occup Health Psychol 1998
10

The relationship between 'job strain,' workplace diastolic blood pressure, and left ventricular mass index. Results of a case-control study.
P L Schnall, C Pieper, J E Schwartz, R A Karasek, Y Schlussel, R B Devereux, A Ganau, M Alderman, K Warren, T G Pickering. JAMA 1990
314
9

The Jichi Medical School (JMS) Cohort Study: design, baseline data and standardized mortality ratios.
Shizukiyo Ishikawa, Tadao Gotoh, Naoki Nago, Kazunori Kayaba. J Epidemiol 2002
76
11

Job strain and blood pressure in employed men and women: a pooled analysis of four northern italian population samples.
Giancarlo Cesana, Roberto Sega, Marco Ferrario, Paolo Chiodini, Giovanni Corrao, Giuseppe Mancia. Psychosom Med 2003
43
20

Lower socioeconomic status among men in relation to the association between job strain and blood pressure.
Paul A Landsbergis, Peter L Schnall, Thomas G Pickering, Katherine Warren, Joseph E Schwartz. Scand J Work Environ Health 2003
54
16


High effort, low reward, and cardiovascular risk factors in employed Swedish men and women: baseline results from the WOLF Study.
R Peter, L Alfredsson, N Hammar, J Siegrist, T Theorell, P Westerholm. J Epidemiol Community Health 1998
166
8

Occupational strain and the incidence of coronary heart disease.
D M Reed, A Z LaCroix, R A Karasek, D Miller, C A MacLean. Am J Epidemiol 1989
148
8

Decision latitude, job strain, and myocardial infarction: a study of working men in Stockholm. The SHEEP Study Group. Stockholm Heart epidemiology Program.
T Theorell, A Tsutsumi, J Hallquist, C Reuterwall, C Hogstedt, P Fredlund, N Emlund, J V Johnson. Am J Public Health 1998
217
8

Job strain and major risk factors for coronary heart disease among employed males and females in a Swedish study on work, lipids and fibrinogen.
Lars Alfredsson, Niklas Hammar, Eleonor Fransson, Ulf de Faire, Johan Hallqvist, Anders Knutsson, Tohr Nilsson, Töres Theorell, Peter Westerholm. Scand J Work Environ Health 2002
76
10

Effort-reward imbalance, overcommitment, and measures of cortisol and blood pressure over the working day.
Andrew Steptoe, Johannes Siegrist, Clemens Kirschbaum, Michael Marmot. Psychosom Med 2004
106
8

A comparison of socioeconomic differences in physical functioning and perceived health among male and female employees in Britain, Finland and Japan.
Pekka Martikainen, Eero Lahelma, Michael Marmot, Michikazu Sekine, Nobuo Nishi, Sadanobu Kagamimori. Soc Sci Med 2004
73
10


Job strain and cardiovascular risk factors: a cross sectional study of employed Danish men and women.
B Netterstrøm, T S Kristensen, M T Damsgaard, O Olsen, A Sjøl. Br J Ind Med 1991
94
7


Psychosocial work environment and cardiovascular risk factors in an occupational cohort in France.
I Niedhammer, M Goldberg, A Leclerc, S David, I Bugel, M F Landre. J Epidemiol Community Health 1998
107
7

Environmental influences on blood pressure and the role of job strain.
T G Pickering, R B Devereux, G D James, W Gerin, P Landsbergis, P L Schnall, J E Schwartz. J Hypertens Suppl 1996
51
13

Association between ambulatory blood pressure and alternative formulations of job strain.
P A Landsbergis, P L Schnall, K Warren, T G Pickering, J E Schwartz. Scand J Work Environ Health 1994
225
7


The measurement of effort-reward imbalance at work: European comparisons.
Johannes Siegrist, Dagmar Starke, Tarani Chandola, Isabelle Godin, Michael Marmot, Isabelle Niedhammer, Richard Peter. Soc Sci Med 2004
956
7


Job strain, effort--reward imbalance, and stress at work: competing or complementary models?
Michael Calnan, Emma Wadsworth, Margaret May, Andrew Smith, David Wainwright. Scand J Public Health 2004
63
11

Occupational class and physical activity among Japanese employees.
Soshi Takao, Norito Kawakami, Tadahiro Ohtsu. Soc Sci Med 2003
40
17


Job strain and ambulatory work blood pressure in healthy young men and women.
K C Light, J R Turner, A L Hinderliter. Hypertension 1992
98
7

Effects of job strain on blood pressure: a prospective study of male and female white-collar workers.
Chantal Guimont, Chantal Brisson, Gilles R Dagenais, Alain Milot, Michel Vézina, Benoît Mâsse, Jocelyne Moisan, Nathalie Laflamme, Caty Blanchette. Am J Public Health 2006
86
8

High job strain and ambulatory blood pressure in middle-aged men and women from the Belgian job stress study.
Els Clays, Francoise Leynen, Dirk De Bacquer, Marcel Kornitzer, France Kittel, Robert Karasek, Guy De Backer. J Occup Environ Med 2007
45
15

Job strain as a risk factor for coronary heart disease: a collaborative meta-analysis of individual participant data.
Mika Kivimäki, Solja T Nyberg, G David Batty, Eleonor I Fransson, Katriina Heikkilä, Lars Alfredsson, Jakob B Bjorner, Marianne Borritz, Hermann Burr, Annalisa Casini,[...]. Lancet 2012
507
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Hypertension and objective and self-reported stressor exposure: a review.
I Nyklícek, J J Vingerhoets, G L Van Heck. J Psychosom Res 1996
49
12


The association of job strain and health behaviours in men and women.
W L Hellerstedt, R W Jeffery. Int J Epidemiol 1997
202
6


Chronic perceived work stress and blood pressure among Australian government employees.
A Chapman, J A Mandryk, M S Frommer, B V Edye, D A Ferguson. Scand J Work Environ Health 1990
50
12




Co-cited is the co-citation frequency, indicating how many articles cite the article together with the query article. Similarity is the co-citation as percentage of the times cited of the query article or the article in the search results, whichever is the lowest. These numbers are calculated for the last 100 citations when articles are cited more than 100 times.