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The new psychology of money

Author: Adrian Furnham
Publisher: London ; New York : Routledge, 2014.
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"Comprehensive and insightful, Adrian Furnham explores the role that money plays in a range of contexts, from the family to the high street, and asks whether the relationship is always a healthy one. Discussing how money influences what we think, what we say, and how we behave in a range of situations, the book places the dynamics of high finance and credit card culture in context with traditional attitudes towards  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Adrian Furnham
ISBN: 9781848721791 184872179X
OCLC Number: 880600677
Description: xv, 321 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: The psychology of money --
Money today --
Different approaches to the topic of money --
Money and happiness --
Money attitudes, beliefs and behaviours --
Understanding the economic world --
Economic socialisation and good parenting --
Sex differences, money and the family --
Money madness: money and mental health --
Money and motivation in the workplace --
Behavioural economics --
Persuasion, pricing and money.
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"Comprehensive and insightful, Adrian Furnham explores the role that money plays in a range of contexts, from the family to the high street, and asks whether the relationship is always a healthy one. Discussing how money influences what we think, what we say, and how we behave in a range of situations, the book places the dynamics of high finance and credit card culture in context with traditional attitudes towards wealth across a range of cultures, as well as how the concept of money has developed historically."--Back cover.

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