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In-text: (Duffy et al., 2020)
Your Bibliography: Duffy, A., Keown-Stoneman, C., Goodday, S., Horrocks, J., Lowe, M., King, N., Pickett, W., McNevin, S., Cunningham, S., Rivera, D., Bisdounis, L., Bowie, C., Harkness, K. and Saunders, K., 2020. Predictors of mental health and academic outcomes in first-year university students: Identifying prevention and early-intervention targets. BJPsych Open, 6(3).
In-text: (Hall, 2010)
Your Bibliography: Hall, R., 2010. The work–study relationship: experiences of full‐time university students undertaking part‐time employment. Journal of Education and Work, 23(5), pp.439-449.
In-text: (Moeller and Seehuus, 2019)
Your Bibliography: Moeller, R. and Seehuus, M., 2019. Loneliness as a mediator for college students' social skills and experiences of depression and anxiety. Journal of Adolescence, 73(1), pp.1-13.
In-text: (Roberts, Golding, Towell and Weinreb, 1999)
Your Bibliography: Roberts, R., Golding, J., Towell, T. and Weinreb, I., 1999. The Effects of Economic Circumstances on British Students' Mental and Physical Health. Journal of American College Health, 48(3), pp.103-109.
In-text: (Valtorta and Hanratty, 2012)
Your Bibliography: Valtorta, N. and Hanratty, B., 2012. Loneliness, isolation and the health of older adults: do we need a new research agenda?. Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, 105(12), pp.518-522.
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