Impact of Economic Hardship and Financial Threat on Suicide Ideation and Confusion.

  title={Impact of Economic Hardship and Financial Threat on Suicide Ideation and Confusion.},
  author={Lisa Fiksenbaum and Zdravko Marjanovic and Esther Greenglass and Francisco Garcia-Santos},
  journal={The Journal of psychology},
  volume={151 5},
The present study tested the extent to which perceived economic hardship is associated with psychological distress (suicide ideation and confusion) after controlling for personal characteristics. It also explored whether perceived financial threat (i.e., fearful anxious-uncertainty about the stability and security of one's personal financial situation) mediates the relationship between economic hardship and psychological distress outcomes. The theoretical model was tested in a sample of… CONTINUE READING
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