Weekly Fluctuations in College Student Leisure Activities and Well-Being
|dc.identifier.citation||Doerksen, S. and Elavsky, S. and Rebar, A. and Conroy, D. 2014. Weekly Fluctuations in College Student Leisure Activities and Well-Being. Leisure Sciences: an interdisciplinary journal. 36 (1): pp. 14-34.|
College students' well-being is declining. Differences in students' leisure activity participation have been linked to their psychological well-being. This study examined how weekly fluctuations in leisure allocation (i.e., frequency of volunteer, cognitive, social, club, religious, and physical activities) related to well-being in college students. Students completed weekly leisure time allocation assessments. Generalized linear multilevel analyses showed that time allocation and well-being varied within-people. Fluctuations in leisure time allocation were related to fluctuations in well-being. Findings extend understanding of leisure and well-being by highlighting the unique contributions of within-person fluctuations beyond between-person differences. © 2014 Copyright Taylor and Francis Group, LLC.
|dc.title||Weekly Fluctuations in College Student Leisure Activities and Well-Being|
|dcterms.source.title||Leisure Sciences: an interdisciplinary journal|
|curtin.department||School of Psychology|
|curtin.accessStatus||Fulltext not available|
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