Retrat de Guillermo Willis Sánchez


Professor in the Department of Social Psychology at the University of Granada and assistant editor of the Revista de psicología social [Journal of Social Psychology]. 

He co-directs with Rosa Rodríguez Bailón the Social Psychology of Inequality Research Laboratory and are the main researchers behind the project “Society of Rich and Poor: Psychosocial Consequences of Economic Inequality”, funded by the Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness (MINECO).

Articles by Guillermo Willis Sánchez

Illustration © Eva Vázquez. Two people are talking. One seems to tell the other about the house of his dreams: one bigger than the one he has.
Lessons from the crisisDisparity drives us further apart: psychological effects of economic inequality

Economic inequality is conducive to individualism. Living in unequal societies makes us more concerned about our social position; the greater the difference, the...

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