Original articles

Annell, S., Lindfors, P., & Sverke, M. (2015). Police selection: Implications during training and early career. Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies and Management, 38(2), 221–238.

Aronsson, G., Ishäll, L., Göransson, S., Lindfors, P., Nylén, E. C., & Sverke, M. (2015). Arbetsuppdrag och återhämtning i välfärdstjänstearbete. Arbetsmarknad & Arbetsliv, 21(2), 7–25.

Aronsson, G., & Lundberg, U. (2015). Interventioner för återgång i arbete vid sjukskrivning: En systematisk kunskapsöversikt av metaanlyser med inriktning på muskuloskeleterala och psykiska besvär. Arbete och Hälsa, 49(2), 1–50.

Augustsson, H., von Thiele Schwarz, U., Stenfors-Hayes, T., & Hasson, H. (2015). Investigating variations in implementation fidelity of an organizational-level occupational health intervention. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 22(3), 345–355.

Blom, V., Richter, A., Hallsten, L., & Svedberg, P. (2015, online first). The associations between job insecurity, depressive symptoms and burnout: The role of performance-based self-esteem. Economic and Industrial Democracy.

Danielsson, C. B., Bodin, L., Wulff, C., & Theorell, T. (2015). The relation between office type and workplace conflict: A gender and noise perspective. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 42, 161–171.

De Jong, J. D., Clinton, M., Rigotti, T., & Bernhard-Oettel, C. (2015). Nonlinear associations between breached obligations and employee well-being. Journal of Managerial Psychology, 30(4), 374–389.

Eib, C., Bernhard-Oettel, C., Näswall, K., & Sverke, M. (2015). The interaction between organizational justice and job characteristics: Associations with work attitudes and employee health cross-sectionally and over time. Economic and Industrial Democracy, 36(3), 549–582.

Eib, C., von Thiele Schwarz, U., & Blom, V. (2015). Don’t let it get to you! A moderated mediated approach to the (in)justice–health relationship. Journal of occupational health psychology, 20(4), 434–445.

Falkenberg, H., Lindfors, P., Chandola, T., & Head, J. (2015, online first). Do socioeconomic status and gender matter when combining work and family and could control at work and at home help? Economic and Industrial Democracy.

Falkenberg, H., Näswall, K., Lindfors, P., & Sverke, M. (2015). Working in the same sector, in the same organization and in the same occupation: Similarities and differences between women and men physicians’ work climate and health complaints. Nordic Journal of Working Life Studies, 5(4), 67–84.

Fridner, A., Norell, A., Åkesson, G., Sendén, M. G., Løvseth, L. T., & Schenck-Gustafsson, K. (2015). Possible reasons why female physicians publish fewer scientific articles than male physicians: A cross-sectional study. BMC medical education, 15(1), 67.

Gustafsson, K., Marklund, S., Aronsson, G., Wikman, A., & Floderus, B. (2015). Interaction effects of social isolation and peripheral work position on risk of disability pension: A prospective study of Swedish women and men. PloS ONE, 10(6).

Forsberg, H. H., Athlin, Å. M., & von Thiele Schwarz, U. (2015). Nurses’ perceptions of multitasking in the emergency department: Effective, fun and unproblematic (at least for me) – A qualitative study. International Emergency Nursing, 23(2), 59–64.

Lantz, A., Hansen, N., & Antoni, C. (2015). Participative work design in lean production: A strategy for dissolving the paradox between standardized work and team proactivity by stimulating team learning? Journal of Workplace Learning, 27(1), 19–33.

Lornudd, C., Tafvelin, S., von Thiele Schwarz, U., & Bergman, D. (2015). The mediating role of demand and control in the relationship between leadership behaviour and employee distress: A cross-sectional study. International Journal of Nursing Studies, 52(2), 543–554.

Låstad, L., Berntson, E., Näswall, K., Lindfors, P., & Sverke, M. (2015). Measuring quantitative and qualitative aspects of the job insecurity climate: Scale validation. Career Development International, 20(3), 202–217.

Magnusson Hanson, L. L., Chungkham, H. S., Ferrie, J., & Sverke, M. (2015). Threats of dismissal and symptoms of major depression: A study using repeat measures in the Swedish working population. Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health, 69(10), 963–969

Marklund, S., Aronsson, G., Johansen, V., & Solheim, L. J. (2015). Previous sickness presence among long‐term sick‐listed in Norway and Sweden: A retrospective study of prevalence and self‐reported reasons. International Journal of Social Welfare, 24(4), 376–387.

Marklund, S., & Solheim, L. J. (2015). Skam, stigmatiseing och framtidstro bland långtidssjukskrivna i ”osynliga” diagnoser. Socialmedicinsk Tidskrift, 92(4), 519–534. 

Mattson, M., Hellgren, J., & Göransson, S. (2015). Leader communication approaches and patient safety: An integrated model. Journal of Safety Research, 53, 53–62.

Nyberg, A., Hanson, L. L. M., Leineweber, C., & Johansson, G. (2015). Do predictors of career success differ between Swedish women and men? Data from the Swedish Longitudinal Occupational Survey of Health (SLOSH). PloS ONE, 10(10).

Richter, A., Näswall, K., Lindfors, P., & Sverke, M. (2015). Job insecurity and work–family conflict in teachers in Sweden: Examining their relations with longitudinal cross‐lagged modeling. PsyCh Journal, 4(2), 98–111.

Richter, A., Schraml, K., & Leineweber, C. (2015). Work–family conflict, emotional exhaustion and performance-based self-esteem: Reciprocal relationships. International Archives of Occupational and Environmental Health, 88(1), 103–112.

Seddigh, A., Stenfors, C., Berntsson, E., Bååth, R., Sikström, S., & Westerlund, H. (2015). The association between office design and performance on demanding cognitive tasks. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 42, 172–181.

Stengård, J., Bernhard-Oettel, C., Näswall, K., Ishäll, L., & Berntson, E. (2015). Understanding the determinants of well-being and organizational attitudes during a plant closure: A Swedish case study. Economic and Industrial Democracy, 36(4), 611–631.

Sundelin, T., Karshikoff, B., Axelsson, E., Höglund, C. O., Lekander, M., & Axelsson, J. (2015). Sick man walking: Perception of health status from body motion. Brain, Behavior, and Immunity, 48, 53–56.

Sverke, M. (2015). Commentary on “The Circumplex Model of Occupational Well-Being: Its Relation with Personality”. Journal for Person-Oriented Research, 1(3), 130.

Söderberg, M., Rosengren, A., Gustavsson, S., Schiöler, L., Härenstam, A., & Torén, K. (2015). Psychosocial job conditions, fear avoidance beliefs and expected return to work following acute coronary syndrome: a cross-sectional study of fear-avoidance as a potential mediator. BMC Public Health, 15: 1263.

Theorell, T., Hammarström, A., Aronsson, G., Bendz, L. T., Grape, T., Hogstedt, C., ... & Hall, C. (2015). A systematic review including meta-analysis of work environment and depressive symptoms. BMC Public Health, 15: 738.

Theorell-Haglöw, J., Åkerstedt, T., Schwarz, J., & Lindberg, E. (2015). Predictors for development of excessive daytime sleepiness in women: a population-based 10-year follow-up. Sleep, 38(12), 1995–2003.

Toivanen, S., Mellner, C., & Vinberg, S. (2015). Self‐employed persons in Sweden – mortality differentials by industrial sector and enterprise legal form: A five‐year follow‐up study. American Journal of Industrial Medicine, 58(1), 21–32.

Tucker, P., Bejerot, E., Kecklund, G., Aronsson, G., & Åkerstedt, T. (2015). The impact of work time control on physicians’ sleep and well-being. Applied Ergonomics, 47, 109–116.

Ulhassan, W., von Thiele Schwarz, U., Westerlund, H., Sandahl, C., & Thor, J. (2015). How visual management for continuous improvement might guide and affect hospital staff: A case study. Quality Management in Healthcare, 24(4), 222–228.

von Thiele Schwarz, U., Hasson, H., & Lindfors, P. (2015). Applying a fidelity framework to understand adaptations in an occupational health intervention. Work, 51(2), 195–203.

von Thiele Schwarz, U., & Lindfors, P. (2015). Improved fitness after a workbased physical exercise program. International Journal of Workplace Health Management, 8(1), 61–74.

Åkerstedt, T., Garefelt, J., Richter, A., Westerlund, H., Magnusson Hanson, L. L., Sverke, M., & Kecklund, G. (2015). Work and sleep: A prospective study of psychosocial work factors, physical work factors, and work scheduling. Sleep, 38(7), 1129–1136.

Östberg, V., Almquist, Y. B., Folkesson, L., Låftman, S. B., Modin, B., & Lindfors, P. (2015). The complexity of stress in mid-adolescent girls and boys. Child Indicators Research, 8(2), 403–423.

Books and edited volumes

Aronsson, G., Johansen, V., Marklund, S., Rønning, R., & Solheim, L. J. (2015). Sjukfrånvarons dimensioner: Svensk-norska jämförelser och analyser. Stockholm: Liber.

Book chapters

Aronsson, G. (2015). Arbete - förbannelse eller livets mening: Observationer och reflexioner.  I A. Bergman, G. Gillberg, & L. Ivarsson, L (Red.), Tankar om arbete: 17 texter om arbete, arbetsliv och samhällsförändring (s. 16–36. Stockholm: Premiss förlag.

Bernhard-Oettel, C., & Näswall, K. (2015). Career continuance and transfer of competencies after job transitions: Insights from a Swedish study. In A. De Vos, & B. van der Heijden (Eds.), Handbook of research on sustainable careers (pp. 381–397). Cheltenham, MA: Edward Elgar.

von Thiele Schwarz, U., Hasson, H., & Lindfors, P. (2015). Derailed or failed? A closer look at reduced working hours as an occupational health intervention. In M. Karanika-Murray, & C. Biron (Eds.), Derailed organizational interventions for stress and well-being (pp. 21–26). Heidelberg, Netherlands: Springer.


Forsberg Kankkunen, T., & Härenstam, A. (2015). Från kvinnors arbetsmiljö till genus och arbetsmiljö: Reflektioner om genus, arbetsmiljö och förändring. I A.S. Landén, G. Olofsdotter, & M. Bolin, (Red.), Sprickor, öppningar & krackeleringar: nya perspektiv på arbetsmiljö. Forum for Gender Studies, Mid Sweden University: Working papers 8, 2015.

Conference papers

Annell, S. 2015. Perspectives on police selection. In R. Granér, & O. Kronkvist (Eds.). The past, the present and the future of police research. Proceedings from the fifth Nordic Police Research seminar. Linnæus University studies in policing, Nr 001-2015. Växjö, Sweden: Linnéuniversitetet.

Bernhard-Oettel, C., Bujacz, A., & Leineweber, C. (2015). Comparing precarious and boundaryless work: A multigroup analysis on work conditions and well-being. Oral presentation at the 17th EAWOP Congress, Oslo, May 20-23, 2015.

Bernhard-Oettel, C., Leineweber, C., Stengård, J., Westerlund, H., & Aronsson, G. (2015). Do employees become locked-in into non-preferred jobs, and what’s learning and task changes got to do with it? A Swedish longitudinal study. Oral presentation at the 17th EAWOP Congress, Oslo, May 20-23, 2015.

Bernhard-Oettel, C., Stengård, J., & Leineweber, C. (2015). Who feels locked-in in their workplace? A multi-level analysis on organizational and job changes and their relation to feeling locked-in at a workplace over time. Oral presentation at the EAWOP Small Group Meeting of Studying Work as it is: Capturing dynamics of workplace relations, Bruessels, Belgium, Sept 2015.

Bujacz, A., Bernhard-Oettel, C., Lindfors, P., & Rigotti, T. (2015). Creativity as a cognitive resource at work: A comparison between self-employed and employees. Oral presentation at the 17th EAWOP Congress, Oslo, May 20-23, 2015.

Davidsson, F., & Seddigh, A. (2015). Effect of variation in noise absorption in open-plan office: A field study with a cross-over design. Proceedings of the 2015 EuroNoise conference, pp.1197–1202.

Falkenberg, H., Lindfors, P., Chandola, T., & Head, J. (2015). Do socioeconomic status and gender matter when combining work and family and could control at work and at home help? Results from the Whitehall II study. Paper presented at the ProWorkNet meeting, Sigtuna, Sweden, August 26–27, 2015.

Falkenberg, H., Lindfors, P., & Head, J. (2015). Handling interference between work and family: do gender and socioeconomic status matter and could control at work and at home help? Paper presented at the 17th EAWOP Congress, Oslo, May 20-23, 2015.

Gallagher, D., Connelly, C., & Bernhard-Oettel, C. (2015). Rethinking the Meaning of the Employee-Organizational Relationship (EOR): The Curious Case of Independent Contractors. Paper presented at the Conference WORK2015 - New Meanings of Work, Turku, Finnland, August, 2015.

Leineweber, C., Paraskevi, P., Eib, C., & Bernhard-Oettel, C. (2015). Effects of individual justice trajectories on self-rated health: Results from the Slosh study. Oral presentation at the EAWOP Small Group Meeting of Studying Work as it is: Capturing dynamics of workplace relations, Bruessels, Belgium, Sept 2015.

Magnusson Hanson, L., Westerlund, H., Vahtera, J., Sverke, M., Chungkham, H. S., & Alexandersson, K. (2014). Treatment with antidepressants in the Swedish population in relation to major workplace downsizing. Oral presentation at the 17th EPA Section Epidemiology and Social Psychiatry Meeting in Ulm, Germany, May 21–24, 2014.

Öhrstedt, M. (2015). Approaches to learning and perceived stress among first-semester psychology students. In 16th Biennial EARLI Conference for Research on Learning and Instruction, Limassol, Cyprus, August 25-29, 2015 (pp. 728-729).

Öhrstedt, M. (2015). Diversity in students’ approaches to learning in parallel psychology courses. In Nordic Conference on Subject Education, May 27-29, 2015, Helsinki, Finland (pp. 153-153).

Öhrstedt, M., Lindfors, P., & Scheja, M. (2015). Psychology students’ perceptions of the correspondence between approaches to learning and outcomes. In 16th Biennial EARLI Conference for Research on Learning and Instruction. August 25-29, 2015, Limassol, Cyprus (pp. 908-908).

Doctoral dissertations

Annell, S. (2015). Hållbar polisrekrytering: Teoretiska, metodologiska och praktiska perspektiv på rekrytering och urval. Doktorsavhandling, Psykologiska institutionen, Stockholms universitet.

Eib, C. (2015). Processes of organizational justice: Insights into the perception and enactment of justice. Doctoral dissertation, Department of Psychology, Stockholm University.

Låstad, L. (2015). Job insecurity climate: The nature of the construct, its associations with outcomes, and its relation to individual job insecurity. Doctoral dissertation, Department of Psychology, Stockholm University.

Mattson, M. (2015). Promoting safety in organizations: The role of leadership and managerial practices. Doctoral dissertation, Department of Psychology, Stockholm University. 

Seddigh, A. (2015). Office type, performance and well-being: A study of how personality and work tasks interact with contemporary office environments and ways of working. Doctoral dissertation, Department of Psychology, Stockholm University.