Sharon Toker
Sharon Toker
Coller school of management, Tel Aviv University, Israel
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Burnout and risk of cardiovascular disease: evidence, possible causal paths, and promising research directions.
S Melamed, A Shirom, S Toker, S Berliner, I Shapira
Psychological bulletin 132 (3), 327, 2006
Job burnout and depression: unraveling their temporal relationship and considering the role of physical activity.
S Toker, M Biron
Journal of applied psychology 97 (3), 699, 2012
The association between burnout, depression, anxiety, and inflammation biomarkers: C-reactive protein and fibrinogen in men and women.
S Toker, A Shirom, I Shapira, S Berliner, S Melamed
Journal of occupational health psychology 10 (4), 344, 2005
Burnout and risk of type 2 diabetes: a prospective study of apparently healthy employed persons
S Melamed, A Shirom, S Toker, I Shapira
Psychosomatic medicine 68 (6), 863-869, 2006
Burnout and risk of coronary heart disease: a prospective study of 8838 employees
S Toker, S Melamed, S Berliner, D Zeltser, I Shapira
Psychosomatic Medicine 74 (8), 840-847, 2012
Burnout and health review: Current knowledge and future research directions
A Shirom, S Melamed, S Toker, S Berliner, I Shapira
International review of industrial and organizational psychology 20 (1), 269-308, 2005
Depression and the metabolic syndrome: gender‐dependent associations
S Toker, A Shirom, S Melamed
Depression and anxiety 25 (8), 661-669, 2008
The effects of physical fitness and feeling vigorous on self-rated health.
A Shirom, S Toker, S Berliner, I Shapira, S Melamed
Health Psychology 27 (5), 567, 2008
Work-based predictors of mortality: a 20-year follow-up of healthy employees.
A Shirom, S Toker, Y Alkaly, O Jacobson, R Balicer
Health Psychology 30 (3), 268, 2011
Heart rate and microinflammation in men: a relevant atherothrombotic link
O Rogowski, I Shapira, A Shirom, S Melamed, S Toker, S Berliner
Heart 93 (8), 940-944, 2007
Burnout, mental and physical health: A review of the evidence and a proposed explanatory model
A Shirom, S Melamed, S Toker, S Berliner, I Shapira
International Review of Industrial and Organizational Psychology 20 (1), 269-309, 2005
Joint effect of chronic medical illness and burnout on depressive symptoms among employed adults.
G Armon, S Melamed, S Toker, S Berliner, I Shapira
Health Psychology 33 (3), 264, 2014
Till Stress Do Us Part: On the Interplay Between Perceived Stress and Communication Network Dynamics.
Y Kalish, G Luria, S Toker, M Westman
Journal of Applied Psychology, 2015
Fear of terror and increased job burnout over time: Examining the mediating role of insomnia and the moderating role of work support
S Toker, GA Laurence, Y Fried
Journal of Organizational Behavior 36 (2), 272-291, 2015
Association of fear of terror with low-grade inflammation among apparently healthy employed adults
S Melamed, A Shirom, S Toker, S Berliner, I Shapira
Psychosomatic Medicine 66 (4), 484-491, 2004
The Job Demand-Control-Support Model and stress-related low-grade inflammatory responses among healthy employees: A longitudinal study
A Shirom, S Toker, S Berliner, I Shapira
Work & Stress 22 (2), 138-152, 2008
Increased erythropoiesis and subclinical inflammation as part of the metabolic syndrome
T Mardi, S Toker, S Melamed, A Shirom, D Zeltser, I Shapira, S Berliner, ...
Diabetes research and clinical practice 69 (3), 249-255, 2005
Association of components of the metabolic syndrome with the appearance of aggregated red blood cells in the peripheral blood. An unfavorable hemorheological finding
S Toker, O Rogowski, S Melamed, A Shirom, I Shapira, S Berliner, ...
Diabetes/metabolism research and reviews 21 (2), 197-202, 2005
Relation of educational level to inflammation-sensitive biomarker level
A Steinvil, A Shirom, S Melamed, S Toker, D Justo, N Saar, I Shapira, ...
The American journal of cardiology 102 (8), 1034-1039, 2008
“If stress is good for me, it's probably good for you too”: Stress mindset and judgment of others' strain
N Ben-Avi, S Toker, D Heller
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 74, 98-110, 2018
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