Category Archives: Volume 52. Monograph. No. 3. Fall 2015

Predicting Loneliness: Exploring the Contributions of Nature, Nurture and Relative Deprivation by Kenneth L. Carter & Kirstie L. Bash

Loneliness research is a relatively recent field of study, wherein relevant measurement scales and definitions are still coalescing.  Existing scales vary along qualitative and quantitative dimensions and generally measure loneliness as a pre-existing emotional state, where interventions are applied after … Continue reading

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