Table of Contents
Control and Health: A Personal Perspective
Personal Control in an Occupational Context
Personal Control at Work and Health: A Review
of Epidemiological Studies in Sweden (T.
Restricted Status Control and Cardiovascular
Risk (J. Siegrist & H. Matschinger).
THE CLINICAL PERSPECTIVE.
Assessment of Control in Health-Care Settings
Information, Coping and Control in Patients
Undergoing Surgery and Stressful Medical
Procedures (S. Miller, et al.).
Perceived Control and the Experience of Pain
(A. Arntz & A. Schmidt).
The Relationship Between Anxiety, Lack of
Control and Loss of Control (S. Mineka & K.
Life Events, Personal Control and Depression
(J. Ormel & R. Sanderman).
Loss of Control, Vital Exhaustion and
Coronary Heart Disease (A. Appels).
MECHANISMS RELATING STRESS WITH CONTROL.
Psychophysiological Consequences of
Behavioral Choice in Aversive Situations (K.
The Role of Controllability in Cardiovascular
Activation and Cardiovascular Disease: Help
(A. Ohman & G. Bohlin).
Neuroendocrine Correlates of Control and
Coping (R. Dantzer).
Social Control in Relation to Neuroendocrine
and Immunological Responses (J. Koolhaas & B.
The Significance of Personal Control in
Health and Disease (A. Steptoe).