OPEN PloS one | 14 Jan 2016
LA Rico-Uribe, FF Caballero, B Olaya, B Tobiasz-Adamczyk, S Koskinen, M Leonardi, JM Haro, S Chatterji, JL Ayuso-Mateos and M Miret
It is widely recognized that social networks and loneliness have effects on health. The present study assesses the differential association that the components of the social network and the subjective perception of loneliness have with health, and analyzes whether this association is different across different countries.
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