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

G. Bevilacqua, S. D'Angelo, G. Ntani, H. E. Syddall, E. C. Harris, C. Linaker, M. Stevens, C. Cooper, K. Walker-Bone

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