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Category: Health & Wellness

Neighborhood Social Cohesion & Social Capital: Implications for Older Adult Well-Being

It has been well-established that singlehood and poverty in older adulthood are associated with lower subjective well-being. However, a recent study published in the Gerontologist suggests that various aspects of one’s social environment may attenuate the adverse effects of marital status and income on well-being. Namely, neighborhood services, social capital, and social cohesion may...

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