leisure activity


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leisure activity

An activity chosen for pleasure, relaxation, or other emotional satisfaction, typically after work and other responsibilities are done.
See also: activity
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The theoretical evidence for the linkage between leisure activity and CA can be found in Krumboltz's (2009) happenstance learning theory (HLT) and the theory of occupational engagement (Krieshok, Black, & McKay, 2009).
The purpose of this study was to explore the effects of parental monitoring, leisure boredom, and leisure activity on Internet addiction.
And it is notable that one leisure activity - watching TV - is negatively linked to many of these things.
Sport was the second most frequent social leisure activity, identified by 23.
For the activity that I observed, this woman chose knitting, an in-home, "safe" leisure activity.
Fishing is a wholesome leisure activity with numerous values and benefits.
In Coralyn's words, "when you are focusing on a leisure activity, all the problems in the world or things that are worrying you just seem to be paused for a little while.
Parents will find that we remained true to CANDY LAND's heritage, but brought the game board and its characters to life in a way that transforms a passive leisure activity into a more active and interactive experience.
Spending time with one's pet is considered an extremely important leisure activity.
The Company also sells non-thermal fabricated products and aluminum extrusions to various industries including the construction, sporting goods and other leisure activity markets.