INEQUALITY & HEALTH/WELL-BEING

 

RELEVANT PUBLICATIONS

Boyce, C. J., Daly, M., Hounkpatin, H. O., & Wood, A. M. (2017). Money may buy happiness, but often so little that it doesn’t matter.  Psychological Science, 28, 544-546. 

Bridger, E.K., & Daly, M. (in press). Does cognitive ability buffer the link between childhood disadvantage and adult health? Health Psychology.

Daly, M. (2012). The midlife peak in distress amongst the disadvantaged and existing ideas about mental health inequalities over the lifepsan. Psychological Medicine, 42, 215-216.

Daly, M. (2011). Intelligence differences may explain the link between childhood psychological problems and adult socioeconomic status. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (letters), 108(27).

Daly, M., Boyce, C.J., & Wood, A.M. (2015). A social rank explanation of how money influences health. Health Psychology, 34, 222 - 230.

Daly, M., Egan, M., & O'Reilly, F. (2015). Childhood general cognitive ability predicts leadership role occupancy across life: Evidence from17,000 cohort study participants. Leadership Quarterly, 26, 323 - 341. 

Doyle, O., Delaney, L., O’Farrelly, C., Fitzpatrick, N., & Daly, M. (2017). Can early Intervention improve maternal well-being? Evidence from a randomized controlled trialPLOS ONE, 12, e0169829.

Egan, M., Daly, M., & Delaney, L. (in press). Childhood psychological predictors of lifelong economic outcomes.  In R. Ranyard (Ed.), Economic Psychology: The Science of Economic Mental Life and Behaviour.  Wiley/Blackwell.

Wetherall, K., Daly, M., Robb, K. A., Wood, A.M., & O'Connor, R. C. (2015). Explaining the income and suicidality relationship: Income rank is more strongly associated with suicidal thoughts and attempts than income. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology, 50, 929 - 937.