Economic Psychology

Attitudes Towards Science

Stephan Lewandowsky and Charles Hanich. - University of Western Australia.
Sep
17
2010

The study seeks to relate attitudes towards science, with particular emphasis on climate science, to (a) attitudes concerning free markets, (b) skepticism vs. gullibility, (c) life satisfaction, and (c) perceived scientific consensus.

Attitudes Towards Science

Stephan Lewandowsky and Charles Hanich - University of Western Australia
Sep
17
2010

The study seeks to relate attitudes towards science, with particular emphasis on climate science, to (a) attitudes concerning free markets, (b) skepticism vs. gullibility, (c) life satisfaction, and (c) perceived scientific consensus.

An Investigation into the Contributory Factors of Student Debt Levels

Jinny Wadsworth and Charlotte Brand. - University of Exeter, UK.
Jan
11
2010

We are carrying out a research project on the topic of student debt. Our main aim is to use results collected, via our online questionnaire, to look into the contributory factors of student debt.

An Investigation into the Contributory Factors of Student Debt Levels

Jinny Wadsworth and Charlotte Brand - University of Exeter
Jan
11
2010

We are carrying out a research project on the topic of student debt. Our main aim is to use results collected, via our online questionnaire, to look into the contributory factors of student debt

Saving Behaviour

A. Rabinovich - University of Exeter
Sep
3
2007

This survey is part of a research project being conducted at the University of Exeter investigating saving behaviour. It will take you about 25-30 minutes to complete.

Money, Relationships & The Law

Drs. Carole Burgoyne, Stefanie Sonnenberg & Prof. Anne Barlow - University of Exeter
Aug
31
2007

This study explores how cohabiting (heterosexual) couples manage their household finances. It also focuses on people’s broader views on living together and legal reform

Do you live with your partner? How unmarried heterosexual cohabitants deal with money

Katherine Ashby and Dr Carole Burgoyne. - University of Exeter, UK.
Nov
15
2006

An online survey about how unmarried (heterosexual) cohabiting couples deal with money in their relationships, carried about researchers at the University of Exeter

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