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August 11, 2022
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Wellbeing directly linked to levels of engagement with art

Direct exposure to art has a significant effect on our wellbeing in ways that researchers cannot fathom completely, a new paper in the journal Emotion suggests. The study, co-authored by Peter Todderdell at the University of Sheffield and Giulia Poerio at the University Essex, explores the effects of engaging with art rather than taking part in artistic endeavours and other activities. It looks at the effects of different types of art – including theatre, live music, reading, visual art and TV drama – on people’s emotions and outlook on life. The self-reported outcomes of a study of 544 people include…
Wellbeing directly linked to levels of engagement with art

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