Money Attitudes and Emotional Intelligence

  title={Money Attitudes and Emotional Intelligence},
  author={E. Engelberg and L. Sj{\"o}berg},
  journal={Journal of Applied Social Psychology},
As the notion of money tends to be imbued with salient emotions, it is plausible that emotional intelligence (EI) has a bearing on the efficacy to cope with emotion-eliciting issues involving money. The purpose of the present study was to investigate the extent to which money attitudes relate to EI. The study included a sample of 212 respondents who filled out a questionnaire with items of the Money Attitude Scale (MAS) developed by Yamauchi and Templer (1982). The questionnaire further… Expand

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