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Fig. 2

From: Quality of life of residents living in a city hosting mega-sport events: a longitudinal study

Fig. 2

Quality of life at different levels of perceived atmosphere. Notes. T1 indicates the measurement during the first week of the event, T2 indicates the measurement one month later during the week right after the World Cup, and T3 indicates the measurement four months after T1 (i.e., three months after the event had ended). Quality of life scores are anchored at 1 (= lowest rating) and 5 (= highest ratings). The effect of perceived atmosphere on the change of quality of life can be seen by looking at the differences in the predicted growth model slopes between high (+1 SD), mean, and and low (-1 SD) levels of perceived atmosphere

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