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The Journal of Financial Therapy primarily publishes clinical, experimental, and survey research that examines the empirical link between personal financial knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors and personal and family well-being. The journal also accepts cross-sectional survey research, longitudinal and panel study research, case studies, financial therapy practice management tutorials, and literature reviews. Articles from financial therapists, both those working in academia and in practice, are welcomed.
Current Issue: Volume 8, Issue 1 (2017) Stress & Money
Physiological Arousal during Couple Financial Discussions as a Precursor to Seeking Financial Planning Help
Megan R. Ford, John Grable, Michelle Kruger, and Alycia DeGraff
How do Money, Sex, and Stress Influence Marital Instability?
E. Jeffrey Hill, David B. Allsop, Ashley B. LeBaron, and Roy A. Bean
The Association between Employment- and Housing-Related Financial Stressors and Marital Outcomes during the 2007–2009 Recession
Robert C. Stewart, Jeffrey P. Dew, and Yoon G. Lee
Does How We Feel About Financial Strain Matter for Mental Health?
Sarah D. Asebedo and Melissa J. Wilmarth
Coping with Economic Stress: A Test of Deterioration and Stress-Suppressing Models
Suzanne Bartholomae and Jonathan Fox
Undergraduate Financial Stress, Financial Self-Efficacy, and Major Choice: A Multi-Institutional Study
Kevin Fosnacht and Shannon M. Calderone
Money Disorders and Locus of Control: Implications for Assessment and Treatment
Colby D. Taylor, Bradley Klontz, and Derek Lawson