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  • Chronic stress and coping among cardiac surgeons: A single center study 

    Spiliopoulos, K.; Gansera, L.; Weiland, H. C.; Schuster, T.; Eichinger, W.; Gansera, B. (2014)
    Results: Participants mean age was 40±14.1 years and 13 were male; eight were senior physicians and 14 were residents. Mean values for the Trier Inventory for Chronic Stress were within the normal range. Unexperienced ...
  • The effect of stress and satisfaction on productivity 

    Halkos, G.; Bousinakis, D. (2010)
    Purpose: This study aims to investigate the effects of stress and job satisfaction on the functioning of a company. It seeks to focus on factors affecting stress and job satisfaction such as number of work hours, good ...
  • Multivariate relationship and discriminant validity between job satisfaction and burnout 

    Tsigilis, N.; Koustelios, A.; Togia, A. (2004)
    Job satisfaction and burnout are two multidimensional constructs, which represent affective work responses. The present study was designed to examine: the multivariate relationship between burnout and job satisfaction, and ...
  • Proteomics in the fruit tree science arena: New insights into fruit defense, development, and ripening 

    Molassiotis, A.; Tanou, G.; Filippou, P.; Fotopoulos, V. (2013)
    Fruit tree crops are agricultural commodities of high economic importance, while fruits also represent one of the most vital components of the human diet. Therefore, a great effort has been made to understand the molecular ...
  • Stress and the progression of HIV disease 

    Avagianou, P. A.; Piperakis, S. M.; Zafiropoulou, M. (2006)
    The reciprocal interactions between the neuroendocrine, immune, and autonomic nervous system are complicated, yet worthy of examination. A body of literature suggests that psychological factors such as stress, or psychiatric ...
  • Stress conditions for improvement of mass breeding method in maize 

    Vafias, B.; Goulas, C.; Lolas, G.; Tamoutsidis, E.; Deligeorgidis, P. N.; Ipsilandis, C. G. (2007)
    Mass selection during early stages of genotype evaluation is essential for maize breeding programs. The purpose of this study was to determine the proper conditions for mass selecting useful genotypes in segregating maize ...
  • Validation of a Greek version of PSS-14; A global measure of perceived stress 

    Katsarou, A.; Panagiotakos, D.; Zafeiropoulou, A.; Vryonis, M.; Ioannis, Skoularigis; Filippos, Tryposkiadis; Papageorgiou, C. (2012)
    Aim: To evaluate validity of the Greek version of a global measure of perceived stress PSS-14 (Perceived Stress Scale - 14 item). Materials and Methods: The original PSS.14 (theoretical range 0.56) was translated into Greek ...