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Personality and saving behavior among older adults
SD Asebedo, MJ Wilmarth, MC Seay, K Archuleta, GL Brase, ...
Journal of Consumer Affairs 53 (2), 488-519, 2019
852019
The unique role of parents and romantic partners on college students' financial attitudes and behaviors
J Serido, MJ Curran, M Wilmarth, SY Ahn, S Shim, J Ballard
Family Relations 64 (5), 696-710, 2015
842015
The relationship between student loan debt and financial wellness
R Henager, MJ Wilmarth
Family and Consumer Sciences Research Journal 46 (4), 381-395, 2018
642018
Pathways from financial knowledge to relationship satisfaction: The roles of financial behaviors, perceived shared financial values with the romantic partner, and debt
CJ Totenhagen, MJ Wilmarth, J Serido, MA Curran, S Shim
Journal of family and economic Issues 40, 423-437, 2019
602019
Financial wellness and relationship satisfaction: Does communication mediate?
MJ Wilmarth, RB Nielsen, TG Futris
Family and Consumer Sciences Research Journal 43 (2), 131-144, 2014
582014
The social and economic impact of Covid-19 on family functioning and well-being: Where do we go from here?
C Andrade, M Gillen, JA Molina, MJ Wilmarth
Journal of Family and Economic Issues 43 (2), 205-212, 2022
562022
Does how we feel about financial strain matter for mental health?
SD Asebedo, MJ Wilmarth
Journal of financial therapy 8 (1), 5, 2017
542017
Poverty levels and debt indicators among low-income households before and after the Great Recession
KT Kim, MJ Wilmarth, R Henager
Journal of Financial Counseling and Planning 28 (2), 196-212, 2017
422017
Do day-to-day finances play a role in relationship satisfaction? A dyadic investigation.
CJ Totenhagen, MJ Wilmarth, J Serido, AE Betancourt
Journal of Family Psychology 32 (4), 528, 2018
352018
Financial and Economic Well-Being: A Decade Review from Journal of Family and Economic Issues
MJ Wilmarth
Journal of Family and Economic Issues 42, 124-130, 2021
282021
Government subsidies and household debt burden after the Great Recession
KT Kim, MJ Wilmarth
Journal of Family and Economic Issues 37, 349-358, 2016
162016
Couple-level attachment styles, finances, and marital satisfaction: Mediational analyses among young adult newlywed couples
X Li, MA Curran, AB LeBaron-Black, B Jorgensen, J Yorgason, ...
Journal of Family and Economic Issues, 1-18, 2021
122021
Credit use of US households after the Great Recession: The role of credit constraint
KT Kim, MJ Wilmarth, S Choi
Family and Consumer Sciences Research Journal 44 (3), 280-294, 2016
102016
Who decides? Financial decision-making among older couples
HN Lim, SH Shin, MJ Wilmarth, N Park
Journal of Family and Economic Issues, 1-28, 2021
92021
The moderating role of depressive symptoms between financial assets and bequests expectation
S Choi, MJ Wilmarth
Journal of Family and Economic Issues 40, 498-510, 2019
82019
Family and consumer sciences graduate research productivity in 2018
MJ Wilmarth
Family and Consumer Sciences Research Journal 48 (2), 119-130, 2019
72019
Helping graduate students develop a research path
SA DeVaney, MJ Wilmarth, YA Lee, LM Delgadillo, A Spangler
Family and Consumer Sciences Research Journal 47 (4), 384-394, 2019
72019
Family and consumer sciences graduate research productivity in 2016
MJ Wilmarth
Family and Consumer Sciences Research Journal 46 (2), 89-98, 2017
72017
Exploring HECM counselors’ fraud awareness and training
M C. Seay, A T. Carswell, M Wilmarth, L G. Zimmerman
Journal of financial crime 21 (4), 484-494, 2014
72014
The association between financial strain and volatility in daily relationship uncertainty: A dyadic investigation
JM Gajos, CJ Totenhagen, MJ Wilmarth
Journal of Social and Personal Relationships 39 (5), 1412-1433, 2022
62022
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