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Różnice indywidualne jako determinanty postaw wobec pieniędzy
[Individual differences as determinants of money attitudes]

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  • Gasiorowska, Agata

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The field of the research is psychology of money. The main aims were to identify the structure of money attitudes, to identify the specific types of money attitudes, and to indicate its determinants in the scope of individual differences (i.e. temperament, personality and temporal orientation). The statistical analysis consisted on structural equation modelling and cluster analysis. First of all, original polish money attitudes scale was constructed and validated, its structure was tested in the group of n=1792. Then, four types of money attitudes were found. Finally, money attitudes are weakly influences by temperamental features (FCB-TI, n=612), moderately – by personality features (NEO-FFI; n=605). Temporal orientation has the strongest influence on money attitudes (AION-2000; n=722).

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