Stress and Health
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ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2013: 52/74 (Psychology); 76/124 (Psychiatry (Social Science)); 92/136 (Psychiatry)
Online ISSN: 1532-2998
Recently Published Issues
Call for Papers for 2016 Special Issue
Special Issue of Stress and Health on Organizational Health Interventions: Advances in Evaluation Methodology
Guest Editors: Maria Karanika-Murray, Caroline Biron & Per Oystein Saksvik
Stress and Health are now looking for paper submissions for a forthcoming Special Issue of the journal on Organizational Health Interventions: Advances in Evaluation Methodology.
For more information on the Special Issue and the submission process, please click here.
Burnout and Work Engagement of Academics in Higher Education Institutions: Effects of Dispositional Optimism
Nicolene Barkhuizen, Sebastiaan Rothmann and Fons J. R. van de Vijver
Biology of Stress Revisited: Intracellular Mechanisms and the Conceptualization of Stress
Andrew McVicar, Jermaine M. Ravalier and Christina Greenwood
Stress and Paediatric Obesity: What We Know and Where To Go
Shana M. Wilson and Amy F. Sato
Sleep, Stress and Health: A Commentary
Barbara A. Mullan
Stress & Health News
2014 PRIZE WINNERS
The Editors are pleased to announce the winners of the 2014 prizes for Best Paper and Best Reviewer:
Winner:Stress and Paediatric Obesity: What We Know and Where To Go - Shana M. Wilson, Amy F. Sato
Runner-up: The Relationship between Recent Stressful Life Events, Personality Traits, Perceived Family Functioning and Internet Addiction among College Students - Wansen Yan, Yonghui Li, Nan Sui
Both papers are free to access until the end of 2015.
Winner: Eve Sledjeski
Runner-up: Angel Blanch
We congratulate the winners and thank everyone who contributed to the journal in 2014 as authors or reviewers
Top Cited Papers
Below are the top cited articles of 2013, freely available until the end of 2014:
Exploring self-compassion and empathy in the context of mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR)
Birne, K., Speca, M. and Carlson, L. E.
The predictive value of individual factors, work-related factors, and work–home interaction on burnout in female and male physicians: a longitudinal study
Landballe, E. M., Innstrand, S. T., Aasland, O. G. and Falkum, E.
What qualitative research has taught us about occupational stress
Mazzola, J. J., Schonfeld, I. S. and Spector P. E.
Self-perceived Work-related Stress and its Relation to Salivary IgA, Cortisol and 3-Methoxy-4-hydroxyphenyl Glycol Levels among Neonatal Intensive Care Nurses
Fujimaru, C., Okamura, H., Kawasaki, M., Kamuma, T., Yoshii, C. and Matsuishi, T.