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Exploratory study on the effectiveness of learning one dance step per day in the workplace to improve subjective physical and mental well-being

posted on 2019-08-20, 23:01 authored by Lucy VincentLucy Vincent, Lesley Kuliukas, Ravani Duggan
Results from the GAD-7 and PHQ-9 questionnaires taken before and after a 4-week intervention consisting of learning a new dance step every working day.


Declaration of conflicts of interest

Lucy Vincent, as well as a researcher is also unpaid President of a not-for-profit organization whose objective is to promote movement for well-being and shareholder in a company whose aim is to provide a well-being program for the general public.

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Lead author country

  • Australia

Lead author job role

  • Independent researcher

Lead author institution

Curtin University

Human Participants

  • Yes

Ethics statement

Ethical approval was obtained from Curtin University’s Human Ethics Committee (Approval number HRE2016-0348).


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