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The better you are at math, the more money seems to influence your satisfaction

By Ellen Peters, Director, Center for Science Communication Research, University of Oregon
Pär Bjälkebring, Assistant Professor of Psychology, University of Gothenburg
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Compared to people who aren’t as good at math, people who are better at math are more happy when they have high incomes and less happy when they have lower incomes.The Conversation

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