Employment status and emotional health

Robert MacKay Lynd-Stevenson
Social psychologists have consistently reported that the unemployed are lower in emotional health than the employed, but have failed to explore the processes associated with unemployment that generate the differences in emotional health between the employed and unemployed groups. Moreover, the emotional impact of unemployment is not uniform, and satisfactory explanations for the individual variation in responses have not been developed. The present study was designed to overcome the absence of process explanations in the...
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