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Belief in a zero-sum game and subjective well-being across 35 countries
Joanna Różycka-Tran (Różycka-Tran, J.); Jarosław P. Piotrowski (Piotrowski, J. P. ); Magdalena Zemojtel-Piotrowska (Zemojtel-Piotrowska, M.); Paweł Jurek (Jurek, P. ); Evgeny N. Osin (Osin, E. N.); Byron G. Adams (Adams, B. G.); Rahkman Ardi (Ardi, R.); Sergiu Baltatescu (Baltatescu, S.); Arbinda Lal Bhomi (Bhomi, A. B.); Sergey Bogomaz (Bogomaz, S.); Jan Cieciuch (Cieciuch, J.); Amanda Clinton (Clinton, A.); Gisela T. de Clunie (De Clunie, G. T.); Anna Z. Czarna (Czarna, A.); Carla Esteves (Esteves, C.); Valdiney Gouveia (Gouveia, V.); Murnizam H.J. Halik (Halik, M. H. J.); Narine Kachatryan (Kachatryan, N.); Shanmukh Vasant Kamble (Kamble, S. V.); Anna Kawula (Kawula, A.); Martina Klicperova-Baker (Klicperova-Baker, M. ); Aituar Kospakov (Kospakov, A.); Eva Letovancova (Letovancova, E.); Vivian Miu-Chi Lun (Lun, V. M.- C.); Sara Malo Cerrato (Cerrato, S. M.); Stephan Muehlbacher (Muehlbacher, S. ); Marija Nikolic (Nikolic, M. ); Alina A. Pankratova (Pankratova, A. A.); Joonha Park (Park, J.); Elena Paspalanova (Paspalanova, E.); Győző Pék (Pék, G. ); Pablo Perez de Leon (De Leon, P. P.); Iva Poláčková Šolcová (Šolcová, I. P.); Wahab Shahbaz (Shahbaz, W.); Ha Truong Thi Khanh (Ha, T. T. K.); Habib Tiliouine (Tiliouine, H.); Alain Van Hiel (Van Hiel, A.); Christin-Melanie Vauclair (Vauclair, C.- M.); Eduardo Wills-Herrera (Wills-Herrera, E.); Anna Włodarczyk (Włodarczyk, A.); Illia I. Yahiiaiev (Yahiiaiev, I. I.); John Maltby (Maltby, J.); et al.
Título Revista
Current Psychology
Ano
2019
Língua
Inglês
País
Estados Unidos da América
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Abstract/Resumo
This article presents a short research report on the relationship between perceived antagonism in social relations measured using the Belief in a Zero-Sum Game (BZSG) scale, life satisfaction, and positive and negative affect. Given that individuals who believe that life is like a zero-sum game are likely to perceive their daily interactions with others as unfair, we expected that individuals with high BZSG experience more negative affect and fewer positive one, resulting in a lower satisfaction with life. In addition, we examined whether country-level BZSG may play a moderating role in these associations. Data were collected from student samples (N = 7146) in 35 countries. Multilevel modelling revealed that perceived social antagonism in social relations is negatively associated with satisfaction with life and that this relationship is mediated by both positive and negative affect at the individual level. The relation of individual BZSG and negative affect on satisfaction with life were weaker in societies with higher country-level BZSG, suggesting that the effects of BZSG may be less detrimental in these countries. These findings extend previous knowledge about predictors of life satisfaction and suggest that social beliefs might also be an important factor that influences subjective well-being. The contribution of the study is that the separate treatment of life satisfaction and positive and negative affect may be helpful in many research situations, particularly from a cross-cultural perspective.
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Palavras-chave
Belief in a zero-sum game,Subjective well-being,SWLS,MML
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UID/PSI/03125/2013 Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia