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Ways to Well-being : Exploring the links between children's activities and their subjective well-being

  title={Ways to Well-being : Exploring the links between children's activities and their subjective well-being},
  author={Saamah Abdallah and Gill Main and Larissa Pople and Gwyther Rees},
This report describes the outcomes of a research study which explores activities that children can do themselves that might be linked to increased feelings of well-being. 
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