The Financial Psychology of Worry and Women
Goucher College - Department of Business Management
February 14, 2008
This paper provides a review of significant academic studies and non-academic research endeavors in the realm of negative emotions (with an emphasis on worry), gender, and decision making. The author encourages behavioral finance researchers to place greater attention into the development of new research studies and academic papers in the area of negative affect (feelings, emotions, moods). The financial psychology literature on gender and worry documents the emerging hypothesis that researchers should explore is women reveal greater degrees of worry than their male counterparts for different categories of financial services and investment products.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 53
Keywords: Finance, Investing, Worry, Gender, Risk, Negative Affect, Emotion, Behavioral Finance, Risk Tolerance, Children, Decision Making, Judgment, Anxiety, Stress, Depression, Fear, Behavioral Economics, Consumer Behavior, Money Sickness, Money Personality, Money Psychology, Consumer Spending, Happiness
JEL Classification: M00, A00, A20, A23, I20, M40
Date posted: February 15, 2008 ; Last revised: July 17, 2008
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