Financial Influences and Mental Health: An Exploratory Study

@article{Hassan2019FinancialIA,
  title={Financial Influences and Mental Health: An Exploratory Study},
  author={Naffisah Mohd Hassan and Erne Suzila Kassim and Siti Noorsuriani Maon},
  journal={International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences},
  year={2019}
}
Mental health plays an important role for individuals to have an adequate level of sanity in thinking and making decision. Thus, individuals with mental health problems will be easily disturbed and emotionally weak in coping up with daily issues related to money. While reports have shown the important roles of social support to the society during economic crisis, how a person copes with the changes and their influence to the mental health in Malaysia still requires a better understanding… Expand

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