Published Dec 28, 2021

Julia K. Johnson  


Inequality is everywhere. The psychological balance of individuals who experience internal and external environments depicts the resilient capability. The equilibrium state of “equality-inequality” showcases causal-effect in psychological health and contributes to the inequality inheritance passed on to the next generations.



Equality, Inequality, Causal-Effect, Equilibrium State, Psychological Health

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How to Cite
Johnson, J. K. (2021). Equilibrium Psychology of “Equality-Inequality”: Cause or Effect?. Science Insights, 39(5), 377–378. https://doi.org/10.15354/si.21.co031