New study shows meaningful social interactions boost well-being, but context matters

Engaging in meaningful social interactions with peers is associated with lower loneliness and greater affective well-being, new research published in Social Psychological and Personality Science finds. Researchers followed three cohorts of university students over three years, collecting data on their social interactions and momentary well-being.

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