Psychosocial Exposures at Work and Mental Health: Potential Utility of a Job-Exposure Matrix
Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine,

Cohidon C et al. – The results suggest that, among men, using independent data on exposure and health, there is a robust association between job strain and depressive symptoms. They contribute to the debate about the causal nature of associations between psychosocial exposures at work and mental health.

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