Loss Aversion and Relative Happiness

Loss aversion: Your gain in happiness from getting $100 is less than your loss in happiness from losing $100.

Relative Happiness: A raise of $100 feels worse than how you felt pre-raise, if a co-worker with equal credentials gets a raise of $1,000.

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