Stress at work

Choose an Organizational Behavior topic of interest to you for your research paper. Choose a minimum of 10  scholarly sources related to your topic of interest for utilization in your research paper.
use the following sources
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Backé, E., Seidler, A., Latza, U., Rossnagel, K., & Schumann, B. (2012). The role of psychosocial stress at
work for the development of cardiovascular diseases: A systematic review. International Archives of
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Paton, N. (2010). Inability to discuss stress at work makes problem worse. Occupational Health, 62(12), 7-7.
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risk of type 2 diabetes in middle-aged women: Evidence from the whitehall II study. Diabetes Care, 32(12),
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