And his co-authors.

Psychological scientists Cameron Anderson from the Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley, and his co-authors, the relationship between different kinds of status and well-being was published in a recent article in Psychological Science, a journal of the Association for Psychological Science.

After taking into account gender and ethnicity, the researchers found that sociometric status, but not socioeconomic status, student social well-being predicted scores. Social well-being these findings were in a second study, which surveyed a greater and more varied choice of participants , and they found that the relationship between sociometric status and well-being could be explained, at least partially, be due to the sense of replicating the power and the social acceptance that the students said they felt in their personal relationships. And in a third study, Anderson and his colleagues provided evidence that the relationship between sociometric status and well-being could be actually caused and manipulated in an experimental setting.. In a series of four studies, Anderson and his colleagues this hypothesis.Wyeth Pharmaceuticals is one of the biggest research-based pharmaceutical and healthcare businesses. The company is leader in the discovery, development, manufacture and marketing of pharmaceuticals, vaccines, biotechnology products and nonprescription medicines the improve quality of life for people throughout the world.