Is income inequality associated with well-being in a society with high power distance? We found that Chinese residents in more unequal provinces had lower subjective well-being and more depressive symptoms. Findings suggest that income inequality has adverse effects on well-being, even in societies where people believe that inequalities are acceptable. Copyright © 2018 Association for Psychological Science.
|Publication status||Published - May 2018|
|Event||30th Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Science - San Francisco, United States|
Duration: 24 May 2018 → 27 May 2018
|Conference||30th Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Science|
|Abbreviated title||APS 2018|
|Period||24/05/18 → 27/05/18|
CitationDu, H., King, R. B., & Chi, P. (2018, May). Is income inequality associated with well-being? A 4-year longitudinal investigation in China. Poster presented at the 30th APS Annual Convention, Hilton San Francisco Union Square, San Francisco, USA.
- Positive psychology