Retrat de Rosa Rodríguez Bailón


Professor in the Department of Social Psychology at the University of Granada and coordinator of the Master’s Degree in Psychology and Social Intervention at the same university. 

She is co-directs with Guillermo Willis Sánchez 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 Rosa Rodríguez Bailón

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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