volume 39, issue 10, P897-922 2020
DOI: 10.1521/jscp.2020.39.10.897
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Jonah Nadler, Martin V. Day, Shadi Beshai, Sandeep Mishra

Abstract: Introduction: How income inequality associates with poorer mental health remains unclear. Personal relative deprivation (PRD) involves appraising oneself as unfairly disadvantaged relative to similar others and has been associated with poorer mental health and negative cognitive appraisals. As generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) is associated with negative cognitive appraisals, PRD may relate to the experience of GAD and its cognitive predictors, intolerance of uncertainty (IU), positive beliefs about worry (P…

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