CULTURAL DOMAIN TRANSITONAL VARIABLES SUMMARY

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BERT

Do they have a role in improving health and wellbeing. a higher sense of community comprising of sense of belonging autonomy and proudness of living in the community contributes to residents positive cognitive well-being. For example in a study with people with dementia and caregivers across traditional and contemporary galleries it was found that both art sites promoted well-being benefits including positive social impact and cognitive capacities enhancement Camic Tischler & Pearman ). This paper assesses the perceived impact of creative workshop participation on the psychological well-being social connectivity and subjective experience of people diagnosed with SMI as well as the healthcare professionals that accompany them.

XLNET

Do they have a role in improving health and wellbeing. Consequently arts-based engagement has the potential to facilitate several of the intervention strategies identified previously [] as relevant to reducing loneliness: improving social skills enhancing social support increasing opportunities for social contact and to some yet limited extent addressing maladaptive social cognition []. Using psychophysiological measures studies find visits to art museums decrease stress which could promote health and well-being Clow and Fredhoi ; Mastandrea et al. Arts and creative activities have the potential to improve health wellbeing and quality of life for older people in care homes and address inequalities within this vulnerable population Belfiore ; ONeill ; Staricoff ).

GPT2

Do they have a role in improving health and wellbeing. in conclusion this novel analysis demonstrates that cultural participa- tion through museum attendance could provide opportunities for interventions in older adults as a way of supporting engaged lifestyles to prevent dementia. on the other hand this study shows that negative tourism impacts have no significant effect on residents swb. For example in a study with people with dementia and caregivers across traditional and contemporary galleries it was found that both art sites promoted well-being benefits including positive social impact and cognitive capacities enhancement Camic Tischler & Pearman ).