The role of fatigue and social wellbeing in depressive symptomatology young autistic adults

Published May 2021
Abstract

Keyes (1998) defines social wellbeing "as the appraisal of one's circumstances and functioning in society" (p. 122). Social wellbeing overlaps with an individual's emotional wellbeing. This research examined the role of social wellbeing in predicting depression in young autistic adults after accounting for sleep and fatigue which are known to be linked to depression.

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Richdale, A., Lawson, L., Haschek, A., Hayward, S., Abdullahi, I. & Morris, E. (2021). The role of fatigue and social wellbeing in depressive symptomatology young autistic adults [Poster]. International Society for Autism Research 2021 Virtual Annual Meeting, 3 May. International Society for Autism Research.