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Barbara O'Neill

Author: John De Graaf, David Wann, and Thomas H. Naylor Publisher: Berrett-Koehler Publishers, Inc. ISBN: 10,1,57675,357,3 Read More >

John E. Grable

Author: Michael C. Thomsett Publisher: AMACOM (2008) ISBN: 978.0814400333 Read More >

Sharon A. DeVaney

Editor: Jing J. Xiao Publisher: Springer (2008) ISBN: 978-0-387-75733-9 Read More >

Frances C. Lawrence, Angela C. Lyons, and Elizabeth E. Gorham

During the 2005, 2006, and 2007 annual meetings, members of the Family Economics Research Coordinating Committee (NCCC052) developed three national research priorities for family economics research. This committee, functioning under the National Agricultural Experiment Station System, facilitates collaboration among family economics researchers nationally and internationally and provides a forum to... Read More >

Ivan Beutler, Lucy Beutler, and J. Kelly McCoy

Adolescent aspirations associated with perceptions of "living well" were qualitatively evaluated based on 187 middle school student responses. Using grounded theory methodology, 976 words and phrases were coded and grouped; 41.9% were extrinsic, 36.3% were intrinsic, and 21.8% of the passages were merely descriptive. Extrinsic coded words and phrases emphasized... Read More >

Sonya Britt, John E. Grable, Briana S. Nelson Goff, and Mark White

Financial spending behaviors and relationship satisfaction are generally thought to be linked for many couples. The current study examined how perceived personal, partner, and joint spending behaviors influence relationship satisfaction. The sample consisted of residents from several communities within one mid-western state (N = 347). Spending behavior items were used... Read More >

Sonya Britt, John E. Grable, Briana S. Nelson Goff, and Mark White

Financial spending behaviors and relationship satisfaction are generally thought to be linked for many couples. The current study examined how perceived personal, partner, and joint spending behaviors influence relationship satisfaction. The sample consisted of residents from several communities within one mid-western state (N = 347). Spending behavior items were used... Read More >

Kimberlee Davis and Dorothy Bagwell Durband

Placing a monetary value on education is a complex task. A more difficult task is to determine at what monetary level individuals will support educational improvements. The contingent valuation method was used to estimate the value of the implementation of financial literacy education in Texas public schools. A Web-based survey... Read More >

Joseph W. Goetz, Yoko Mimura, Miti P. Desai, and Brenda J. Cude

The current study explored differences in financial behaviors between college students in Georgia who retained the merit-based HOPE Scholarship and those who lost it. Logistic regression was used to analyze data from a sample of 557 undergraduate students from a large southeastern university. Students who initially had HOPE Scholarships but... Read More >

John E. Gilliam, Joseph W. Goetz, and Vickie L. Hampton

Differences in husbands and wives tolerance for financial risk were analyzed, including an investigation of demographic variables previously found to be significant between men and women in predicting financial risk tolerance. The sample consisted of 110 couples who completed a web-based survey designed to measure the financial risk tolerance of... Read More >