Older working adults in the HEAF study are more likely to report loneliness after two years of follow-up if they have negative perceptions of their work quality
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Bevilacqua , G , D'Angelo , S , Ntani , G , Syddall , H E , Harris , E C , Linaker , C , Stevens , M , Cooper , C & Walker-Bone , K 2021 , ' Older working adults in the HEAF study are more likely to report loneliness after two years of follow-up if they have negative perceptions of their work quality ' , BMC Public Health , vol. 21 , 574 . https://doi.org/10.1186/s12889-021-10610-5
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