Loneliness Across the Life Course
Jeanette Crossley Foundation
Barry Milne, Roy Lay-Yee
University of Auckland: Ngaire Kerse
This study investigates the development of loneliness longitudinally and across the life course, and its risk factors and consequences in relation to different developmental trajectories, using data from:
- a longitudinal birth cohort - the Dunedin Multidisciplinary Health and Development Study (DMHDS);
- a longitudinal cohort of those aged 85+ - Life and Living in Advanced Age: A cohort study (LiLACS); and
- a cross-sectional cohort - the Social Attitudes Survey New Zealand (SASNZ), for the International Social Survey Programme (ISSP).
Lay-Yee R, Campbell D, Milne B (2021). Social attitudes and activities associated with loneliness: Findings from a New Zealand national survey of the adult population. Health and Social Care in the Community, doi:10.1111/hsc.13351.