In-group identification mediates the effects of subjective in-group status on mental health.


We present two studies exploring the effects of the relative standing of one's in-group in the social hierarchy, which we conceptualize as 'subjective in-group status', on mental health and well-being. Study 1 focuses on the subjective status of a professional in-group (prison guards) while Study 2 concerns the subjective status of the family in-group… (More)
DOI: 10.1348/014466610X517414