Social Participation, Psychosocial Well-Being and Health

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  1. Hervé Avalosse
  2. Rebekka Verniest
  3. Sigrid Vancorenland

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Although the literature supports the positive link between (a) social engagement and (b) psychological well-being and perceived health, it is still unclear whether social engagement is also related to objective health indicators. This study compares five clusters of participation in social activities during leisure time: (1) no social participation, (2) passive social participation (e.g., att...

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