Year of Graduation
Correlation Between Personal and Financial Prosperity
Counselling Psychology. Personality Studies
On a sample of 112 people it was found the relationship between the style of decision-making, personal solvency, and safety of financial behavior. Differences in the style of decision-making and in personal solvency between financially-solvent and financially-insolvent people were found at a statistically significant level. The scales of personal solvency related to productive and unproductive behavior are identified. Therapeutic exercise to clarify the relationship of man to money is developed and tested. The results can serve as a basis for further research in the field of human financial behavior, in therapeutic work.