Money carries value and drives peopleas behavior accordingly. But what are the biological and psychological processes that are involved when people strive for, receive, and spend money? While money-related processes have recently received a lot of attention in psychology and neuroscience, this has occurred in a rather fragmented manner. Consisting of contributions by leading experts, this volume presents a scientific approach of how money affects brain, mind, and behavior. The editors aim to bring classic knowledge and recent insights together, providing a formulation of the current state of the psychological science of money.In one experimental demonstration, Ariely, Loewenstein, and Prelec (2006) first asked students of Ariely (a) whether ... To illustrate, the difference in weight between a MacBook Pro and a MacBook Air would be noticeable and perceived asanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Psychological Science of Money|
|Author||:||Erik H. Bijleveld, Henk Aarts|
|Publisher||:||Springer - 2014-07-10|