Browsing Department of Clinical Psychology by Subject "sleep"
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How perceived pain influence sleep and mood more than the reverse: A novel, exploratory study with patients awaiting total hip arthroplasty (Frontiers, 2016-10-28)Objectives: Attributions about how comorbid symptoms worsen or improve each other are central cognitive components of chronic pain that are shown to facilitate or impede the recovery process. Still, these attributions have ...Journal article
Working conditions and individual differences are weakly associated with workaholism: A 2-3-year prospective study of shift-working nurses (Frontiers, 2017-11-21)This study focuses on individual differences and the demand-support-control model in relation to workaholism. We hypothesized that unfavorable working conditions (high job demands, low job control/decision latitude, and ...Journal article