The Impact of Work and Volunteer Hours on the Health of Undergraduate Students

@article{Lederer2015TheIO,
  title={The Impact of Work and Volunteer Hours on the Health of Undergraduate Students},
  author={Alyssa M. Lederer and Dana M. Autry and C. Day and S. Oswalt},
  journal={Journal of American College Health},
  year={2015},
  volume={63},
  pages={403 - 408}
}
Abstract Objective: To examine the impact of work and volunteer hours on 4 health issues among undergraduate college students. Participants: Full-time undergraduate students (N = 70,068) enrolled at 129 institutions who participated in the Spring 2011 American College Health Association–National College Health Assessment II survey. Methods: Multiple linear regression and binary logistic regression were used to examine work and volunteer hour impact on depression, feelings of being overwhelmed… Expand
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