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Loneliness and Social Isolation as Risk Factors for Mortality

Stacey McDaniel

Actual and perceived social isolation are both associated with increased risk for early mortality. In this meta-analytic review, our objective is to establish the overall and relative magnitude of social isolation and loneliness and to examine possible moderators.

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