Occupational health psychology  

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Occupational health psychology (OHP) emerged out of two distinct applied disciplines within psychology, health psychology and industrial/organizational psychology, and occupational health. OHP is concerned with the psychosocial characteristics of workplaces that contribute to the development of health-related problems in people who work.<ref>National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health. (2009) Occupational health psychology. [1]</ref> The field also speaks to ways to effect workplace changes that benefit worker health without adversely affecting productivity.

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