The Role of Perceived Wealth Competence, Wealth Values, and Internal Wealth Locus of Control in Predicting Wealth Creation Behavior
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Steed, L. and Symes, M. 2009. The Role of Perceived Wealth Competence, Wealth Values, and Internal Wealth Locus of Control in Predicting Wealth Creation Behavior. Journal of Applied Social Psychology. 39 (10): pp. 2525-2540.
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