Patterns of receptive and creative cultural activities and their association with perceived health, anxiety, depression and satisfaction with life among adults: the HUNT study, Norway.

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BACKGROUND Cultural participation has been used both in governmental health policies and as medical therapy, based on the assumption that cultural activities will improve health. Previous population studies and a human intervention study have shown that religious, social and cultural activities predict increased survival rate. The aim of this study was to… (More)
DOI: 10.1136/jech.2010.113571

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@article{Cuypers2012PatternsOR, title={Patterns of receptive and creative cultural activities and their association with perceived health, anxiety, depression and satisfaction with life among adults: the HUNT study, Norway.}, author={Koenraad Frans Cuypers and Steinar Krokstad and Turid Lingaas Holmen and Margunn Skjei Knudtsen and Lars Olov Bygren and Jostein Holmen}, journal={Journal of epidemiology and community health}, year={2012}, volume={66 8}, pages={698-703} }