Does upward mobility result in greater well-being? Evidence from a pre-registered study on a large population-based survey

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Cheung, Felix; Jackson, Joshua; Hill, Patrick;
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.17605/OSF.IO/ZQ49M
  • Subject: bepress|Social and Behavioral Sciences|Psychology | bepress|Social and Behavioral Sciences | bepress|Social and Behavioral Sciences|Psychology|Personality and Social Contexts | bepress|Social and Behavioral Sciences|Psychology|Social Psychology
    mesheuropmc: genetic structures | integumentary system

Income inequality gained increasing attention in public discourse. Promoting upward mobility is a potential solution to income inequality. The current study tested whether upward mobility predicts greater well-being, whether upward mobility attenuates the negative effec... View more
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