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Mediation analysis with Global SES (z-score of the sum of Objective SES and Subjective SES). from Temporal discounting mediates the relationship between socio-economic status and social trust
Social trust and income are associated both within and across countries, such that higher income typically correlates with increased trust. While this correlation is well-documented, the psychological mechanisms sustaining this relationship remain poorly understood. One plausible candidate is people's temporal discounting: on the one hand, trust has a strong time component—it exposes the individual to immediate costs in exchange of uncertain and delayed benefits; on the other hand, temporaldoi:10.6084/m9.figshare.14815349.v1 fatcat:ad4ykg6tbfcdtnny2jvyiyr4yq