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Innovation in aging
Social interaction is central to emotional well-being. However, less is known about how the surroundings of social interactions are associated with emotional well-being and whether they differ by age. The present study examined age differences in the predication of emotional well-being as a function of two aspects of social interactions: (1) the extent to which individuals would rather be interacting with someone else and (2) the degree of closeness to the interactant(s). A sample of 190doi:10.1093/geroni/igac059.2897 fatcat:4b6cq66mmvf4xik5lnawkuiaci