Ursachen von Burnout: Studien

Burnout, Anforderungen und Kontrolle
  • Glass, D. C. & McKnight, J. D. (1996). Perceived control, depressive symptomatology, and professional burnout: A review of the evidence. Psychology & Health, 11(1), 23–48. [CrossRef] 
  • Magnusson Hanson, L. L., Theorell, T., Oxenstierna, G., Hyde, M. & Westerlund, H. (2008). Demand, control and social climate as predictors of emotional exhaustion symptoms in working Swedish men and women. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health, 36(7), 737–743. [CrossRef]
  • Stansfeld, S. & Candy, B. (2006). Psychosocial work environment and mental health–a meta-analytic review. Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment & Health, 32(6), 443–462. [CrossRef] [pdf-download]
  • Taris, T. W., Stoffelsen, J., Bakker, A. B., Schaufeli, W. B. & van Dierendonck, D. (2005). Job Control and burnout across occupations. Psychological Reports, 97(3), 955–961. [CrossRef]
  • Virtanen, M., Ferrie, J. E., Singh-Manoux, A., Shipley, M. J., Vahtera, J., Marmot, M. G. & Kivimaki, M. (2010). Overtime work and incident coronary heart disease: the Whitehall II prospective cohort study. European Heart Journal, 31(14), 1737–1744. [CrossRef]
  • Virtanen, M., Stansfeld, S. A., Fuhrer, R., Ferrie, J. E., Kivimäki, M. & Mazza, M. (2012). Overtime work as a predictor of major depressive episode: A 5-Year Follow-Up of the Whitehall II Study. PLoS ONE, 7(1), e30719. [CrossRef]
  • Xanthopoulou, D., Bakker, A. B., Demerouti, E. & Schaufeli, W. B. (2007). The role of personal resources in the job demands-resources model. International Journal of Stress Management, 14(2), 121–141. [CrossRef] [pdf-download]

 

Burnout und Bewältigung
  • Antoniou, A.-S. (2013). Occupational stress and professional burnout in teachers of primary and secondary education: The role of coping strategies. Psychology, 04(03), 349–355.  [CrossRef] [pdf-download]
  • Isaksson Ro, K. E., Tyssen, R., Hoffart, A., Sexton, H., Aasland, O. G. & Gude, T. (2010). A three-year cohort study of the relationships between coping, job stress and burnout after a counselling intervention for help-seeking physicians. BMC Public Health, 10(1), 213. [CrossRef]
  • Kirk, S. A. & Koeske, G. F. (1995). The Fate of Optimism: A Longitudinal Study of Case Managers‘ Hopefulness and Subsequent Morale. Research on Social Work Practice, 5(1), 47–61. [CrossRef]
  • Koeske, G. F. & Kirk, S. A. (1995). Direct and Buffering Effects of Internal Locus of Control Among Mental Health Professionals. Journal of Social Service Research, 20(3-4), 1–28. [CrossRef]
  • Rubino, C., Luksyte, A., Perry, S. J. & Volpone, S. D. (2009). How do stressors lead to burnout? The mediating role of motivation. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 14(3), 289–304. [CrossRef]

 

Burnout und Gender
  • Glise, K., Ahlborg, G., JR & Jonsdottir, I. H. (2012). Course of mental symptoms in patients with stress-related exhaustion: does sex or age make a difference? BMC Psychiatry, 12, 18. [CrossRef]
  • Greenglass, E. R. (1991). Burnout and gender: Theoretical and organizational implications. Canadian Psychology/Psychologie canadienne, 32(4), 562–574. [CrossRef]
  • Grossi, G., Perski, A., Evengard, B., Blomkvist, V. & Orth-Gomer, K. (2003). Physiological correlates of burnout among women. Journal of psychosomatic research, 55(4), 309–316. [PMID]
  • Guillaume, C. & Pochic, S. (2009). What would you sacrifice? Access to top management and the work-life balance. Gender, Work & Organization, 16(1), 14–36.  [CrossRef] [pdf-download]
  • Norlund, S., Reuterwall, C., Höög, J., Lindahl, B., Janlert, U. & Birgander, L. (2010). Burnout, working conditions and gender – results from the northern Sweden MONICA Study. BMC Public Health, 10(1), 326. [CrossRef] [pdf-download]
  • Pieper, G. & Maercker, A. (1999). Männlichkeit und Verleugnung von Hilfsbedürftigkeit nach berufsbedingten Traumata (Polizei, Feuerwehr, Rettungspersonal). Verhaltenstherapie, 9(4), 222–229. [CrossRef]
  • Pretty, G. M. H., McCarthy, M. E. & Catano, V. M. (1992). Psychological environments and burnout: Gender considerations within the corporation. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 13(7), 701–711. [CrossRef]
  • Sandmark, H. & Renstig, M. (2010). Understanding long-term sick leave in female white-collar workers with burnout and stress-related diagnoses: a qualitative study. BMC Public Health, 10(1), 210. [CrossRef]
  • Soares, J. J. F., Grossi, G. & Sundin, O. (2007). Burnout among women: associations with demographic/socio-economic, work, life-style and health factors. Archives of women’s mental health, 10(2), 61–71. [CrossRef]
  • Välimäki, S., Lämsä, A.-M. & Hiillos, M. (2009). The spouse of the female manager: role and influence on the woman’s career. Gender in Management: An International Journal, 24(8), 596–614. [CrossRef]

 

Burnout, Gratifikationskrisen und Gerechtigkeit
  • Geurts, S. A., Schaufeli, W. B. & Buunk, B. P. (1993). Social Comparison, Inequity, and Absenteeism among Bus Drivers. European Work and Organizational Psychologist, 3(3), 191–203. [CrossRef]
  • Godin, I., Kittel, F., Coppieters, Y. & Siegrist, J. (2005). A prospective study of cumulative job stress in relation to mental health. BMC Public Health, 5(1), 67. [CrossRef] [pdf-download]
  • Hamer, M., Williams, E., Vuonovirta, R., Giacobazzi, P., Gibson, E. L. & Steptoe, A. (2006). The effects of effort-reward imbalance on inflammatory and cardiovascular responses to mental stress. Psychosomatic medicine, 68(3), 408–413. [CrossRef]
  • Inoue, M., Tsurugano, S., Nishikitani, M. & Yano, E. (2010). Effort-reward imbalance and its association with health among permanent and fixed-term workers. BioPsychoSocial medicine, 4, 16. [CrossRef]
  • Lau, B. (2008). Effort-reward imbalance and overcommitment in employees in a Norwegian municipality: a cross sectional study. Journal of Occupational Medicine and Toxicology, 3(1), 9. [CrossRef]
  • Siegrist, J. & Dragano, N. (2008). Psychosoziale Belastungen und Erkrankungsrisiken im Erwerbsleben. Bundesgesundheitsblatt – Gesundheitsforschung – Gesundheitsschutz, 51(3), 305–312. [CrossRef]
  • Siegrist, J. (2012, April). Burnout und Arbeitswelt, Lindau. [pdf-download]
  • Xu, W., Hang, J., Gao, W., Zhao, Y., Li, W., Wang, X., … (2012). Association between effort-reward imbalance and glycosylated hemoglobin (HbA1c) among Chinese workers: results from SHISO study. [Diabetes] International archives of occupational and environmental health, 85(2), 215–220. [CrossRef]

 

Burnout und organisationsbezogene Faktoren
  • Lasalvia, A., Bonetto, C., Bertani, M., Bissoli, S., Cristofalo, D., Marrella, G., … (2009). Influence of perceived organisational factors on job burnout: survey of community mental health staff. The British Journal of Psychiatry, 195(6), 537–544. [CrossRef]
  • Lohmer, M. (2012, April). Burnout im Spannungsfeld von Persönlichkeit und Organisationsstruktur. 62. Lindauer Psychotherapiewochen, Lindau. [pdf-download]

 

Burnout und Selbstwirksamkeit
  • Brouwers, A. & Tomic, W. (2000). A Longitudinal Study of Teacher Burnout and Perceived Self-Efficacy in Classroom Management. Teaching and Teacher Education, 16, 239–253.  [abstract]
  • Perez-Blasco, J., Viguer, P. & Rodrigo, M. F. (2013). Effects of a mindfulness-based intervention on psychological distress, well-being, and maternal self-efficacy in breast-feeding mothers: results of a pilot study. Archives of women’s mental health. [CrossRef]
  • Skaalvik, E. M. & Skaalvik, S. (2010). Teacher self-efficacy and teacher burnout: A study of relations. Teaching and Teacher Education, 26(4), 1059–1069. [CrossRef]

 

Burnout und Trauma
  • Brattberg, G. (2006). PTSD and ADHD: Underlying Factors in Many Cases of Burnout. Stress and Health, 22(5), 305–313. [CrossRef] [pdf-download]
  • Keim, J., Olguin, D. L. & Marley, S. C. T. A. Trauma and Burnout: Counselors in Training. [pdf-download]
  • Linden, M., Schippan, B., Baumann, K. & Spielberg, R. (2004). Die posttraumatische Verbitterungsstörung (PTED). Der Nervenarzt, 75(1), 51–57. [CrossRef]
  • Perron, B. E. & Hiltz, B. S. (2006). Burnout and Secondary Trauma Among Forensic Interviewers of Abused Children. Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal, 23(2), 216–234. [CrossRef] [pdf-download]
  • Pieper, G. & Maercker, A. (1999). Männlichkeit und Verleugnung von Hilfsbedürftigkeit nach berufsbedingten Traumata (Polizei, Feuerwehr, Rettungspersonal). Verhaltenstherapie, 9(4), 222–229. [CrossRef]
  • Rost, C., Hofmann, A. W. K. & Wheeler, K. (2009). EMDR Treatment of Workplace Trauma. A Case Series. Journal of EMDR Practice and Research, 3(2), 80–90. [CrossRef] [pdf-download]

 

Bunrout und Werte
  • Leiter, M. P., Jackson, N. J. & Shaughnessy, K. (2009). Contrasting burnout, turnover intention, control, value congruence and knowledge sharing between Baby Boomers and Generation X. Journal of nursing management, 17(1), 100–109. [CrossRef]

 

Burnout und Work Engagement
  • Hakanen, J. J. & Schaufeli, W. B. (2012). Do burnout and work engagement predict depressive symptoms and life satisfaction? A three-wave seven-year prospective study. Journal of Affective Disorders, 141(2-3), 415–424.  [CrossRef] [download]
  • Hakanen, J. J., Bakker, A. B. & Schaufeli, W. B. (2006). Burnout and work engagement among teachers. Journal of School Psychology, 43(6), 495–513. [CrossRef]

 

Burnout bei unterschiedlichen Belastungen (beruflich u.a.)
  • Cooke, G. P. E., Doust, J. A. & Steele, M. C. (2013). A survey of resilience, burnout, and tolerance of uncertainty in Australian general practice registrars. BMC medical education, 13, 2. [CrossRef] [pdf-download]
  • Gardner, S. (2010). Stress among prospective teachers: A review of the literature. Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 35(8). [abstract] [pdf-download]
  • Hamama, L. (2012). Differences between Children’s Social Workers and Adults‘ Social Workers on Sense of Burnout, Work Conditions and Organisational Social Support. British Journal of Social Work, 42(7), 1333–1353. [CrossRef]
  • Hare, J., Pratt, C. C. & Andrews, D. (1988). Predictors of burnout in professional and paraprofessional nurses working in hospitals and nursing homes. International Journal of Nursing Studies, 25(2), 105–115. [CrossRef]
  • Harenstam, A. (2005). Different development trends in working life and increasing occupational stress require new work environment strategies. Work (Reading, Mass, 24(3), 261–277. [CrossRef]
  • Jaeggi, E. & Reimer, C. (2008). Arbeitsbelastung und Lebenszufriedenheit von Psychotherapeuten. Psychotherapeut, 53(2), 92–99. [CrossRef]
  • Jenkins, R. & Elliott, P. (2004). Stressors, burnout and social support: nurses in acute mental health settings. Journal of advanced nursing, 48(6), 622–631. [CrossRef]
  • Kenneth Matheny, C. A. G. a. K. H. (2000). Work Stress, Burnout, and Coping at the Turn of the Century: An Individual Psychology Perspective. The Journal of Individual Psychology, 56(1), 74–87.
  • Kramen-Kahn, B. & Hansen, N. D. (1998). Rafting the rapids: Occupational hazards, rewards, and coping strategies of psychotherapists. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 29(2), 130–134. [CrossRef]
  • Kumar, S., Sinha, P. & Dutu, G. (2012). Being satisfied at work does affect burnout among psychiatrists: A national follow-up study from New Zealand. The International journal of social psychiatry. [CrossRef]
  • Leiter, M. P. & Maslach, C. (2009). Nurse turnover: the mediating role of burnout. Journal of Nursing Management, 17(3), 331–339. [CrossRef]
  • Lindstrom, C., Aman, J. & Norberg, A. L. (2011). Parental burnout in relation to sociodemographic, psychosocial and personality factors as well as disease duration and glycaemic control in children with Type 1 diabetes mellitus. Acta paediatrica (Oslo, Norway : 1992), 100(7), 1011–1017. [CrossRef]
  • Malach-Pines, A. & Keinan, G. (2007). Stress and burnout in Israeli police officers during a Palestinian uprising (Intifada). International Journal of Stress Management, 14(2), 160–174. [CrossRef]
  • Mallett, K., Price, J. H., Jurs, S. G. &  Slenker Suzanne. (1991). Relationships among burnout, death anxiety, and social support in hospice and critical care nurses. Psychological Reports, 68(3c), 1347–1359. [CrossRef]
  • Montgomery, C. & Rupp, A. A. (2005). A Meta-Analysis for Exploring the Diverse Causes and Effects of Stress in Teachers. Canadian Journal of Education / Revue canadienne de l’éducation, 28(3), 458. [CrossRef]
  • Nordang, K., Hall-Lord, M.-L. & Farup, P. G. (2010). Burnout in health-care professionals during reorganizations and downsizing. A cohort study in nurses. BMC Nursing, 9(1), 8. [CrossRef] [pdf-download]
  • Phanasathit, M. & Charernboon, T. (2012). Workload and Attitude Toward Profession Among Young Thai Workload and Attitude Toward Profession Among Young Thai Psychiatrists: A National Survey. J Med Assoc Thai 2012; 95 (Suppl. 1), 83-S91.  [CrossRef]
  • Price, L. & Spence, S. H. (1994). Burnout symptoms amongst drug and alcohol service employees: Gender differences in the interaction between work and home stressors. Anxiety, Stress & Coping, 7(1), 67–84. [CrossRef]
  • Renjilian, D. A., Baum, R. E. & Landry, S. L. (1998). Psychotherapist Burnout. Journal of College Student Psychotherapy, 13(1), 39–48. [CrossRef]
  • Schmidt, S. G., Dichter, M. N., Palm, R. & Hasselhorn, H. M. (2012). Distress experienced by nurses in response to the challenging behaviour of residents – evidence from German nursing homes. Journal of clinical nursing, 21(21-22), 3134–3142. [CrossRef]
  • Soler, J. K., Yaman, H., Esteva, M., Dobbs, F., Asenova, R. S., Katic, M., … (2008). Burnout in European family doctors: the EGPRN study. Family Practice, 25(4), 245–265. [CossRef] [pdf-download]
  • Wisniewski, L. & Gargiulo, R. M. (1997). Occupational stress and burnout among special educators: A review of the literature. The Journal of Special Education, 31(3), 325–346. [CrossRef]
  • Yilmaz, A., Turan, E. & Gundogar, D. (2009). Predictors of burnout in the family caregivers of Alzheimer’s disease: evidence from Turkey. Australasian journal on ageing, 28(1), 16–21. [CrossRef]
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