Projekto rezultatai

Pranešimai konferencijose:

Suplanuoti:

Vosylis, R. Reciprocal associations between financial well-being, economic dependency and negative affectivity: A three-wave short-term longitudinal study with emerging adults

Vosylis, R., Sorgente, A, Lanz, M. Reciprocal associations between financial identity processes, behaviors, and well-being: a three-wave short-term longitudinal study with emerging adults.

Įvykdyti:

Vosylis, R., Klimstra, T. (2019, October). The interplay between financial behaviors, subjective financial well-being and a sense of purpose. Findings from a brief longitudinal study with college freshmen. Presented at „The 9th Conference on Emerging Adulthood“, Toronto, Canada.

Vosylis, R. (2019, October). How parental SES and financial life shapes emerging adulthood? Short-term longitudinal associations between emerging adulthood features, positive and negative financial behaviors, and financial wellbeing in Lithuanian college freshmen. Presented at „The 9th Conference on Emerging Adulthood“, Toronto, Canada.

Vosylis, R., & Sorgente, A. (2019, gegužė). A dual-cycle approach to financial identity: Can the three-dimensional model be used to study the processes of identity formation in the domain of personal finances?  Pranešimas pristatytas 2019 ISRI organizuojamoje konferencijoje “ISRI conference on Identity”, Neapolyje, Italijoje.

Vosylis, R., Kairys, A. (2019, gegužė). Does identity formation shape time perspective? Evidence from a brief two-wave longitudinal study with college students. Pranešimas pristatytas ISRI asociacijos organizuojamoje kasmetinėje mokslinėje konferencijoje „26th Annual Conference of The International Society for Research on Identity“, Neapolis, Italija.

Erentaitė, R. Vosylis, R., (2019, gegužė). The role of social class identity in explaining financial well-being and spending behaviors. Pranešimas pristatytas ISRI asociacijos organizuojamoje kasmetinėje mokslinėje konferencijoje „26th Annual Conference of The International Society for Research on Identity“, Neapolis, Italija.

Vosylis, R. (2018, gegužė). Links between purposeful parental financial socialization practices and financial identity in emerging adulthood. Pranešimas pristatytas SSEA asociacijos organizuojamoje tematinėje mokslinėje konferencijoje „Self and Identity in Emerging Adulthood“, Klužas-Napoka, Rumunija. https://goo.gl/R1sxd4.

Publikacijos

Išleistos:

Sorgente, A., Vosylis, R., Lanz, M., Serido, J., Shim, S. (Priimta spaudai). The Financial Identity Scale (FIS): A multinational validation and measurement invariance study among emerging adults. International Journal of Behavioral Development. Ankstyvo leidimo straipsnis. https://doi.org/10.1177/0165025420914986

Vosylis, R., Klimstra, T. (2020). How financial life shapes emerging adulthood? Short-term longitudinal associations between emerging adulthood features, financial behaviors, and financial well-being in college freshmen. Emerging adulthood, 1-19. Ankstyvo leidimo straipsnis. ISSN (Online): 2167-6984.
https://doi.org/10.1177/2167696820908970

Vosylis, R., Erentaitė, R. (2019). Linking family financial socialization with financial capabilities: Which dimensions matter most for financial identity, behaviors, and anxiety? Emerging adulthood, 1-12. Ankstyvo leidimo straipsnis. ISSN (Online): 2167-6984. https://doi.org/10.1177/2167696819856763

Vosylis, R., Žukauskienė, R., Crocetti, E. (2019). Linking Identity Processes to Spending Self-Control Capacities in Emerging Adulthood: The Mediating Role of Self-Regulatory Identity Functions. Emerging adulthood, 1-8. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1177/2167696818820204

Pranešimai spaudoje:

Dilema studentų tėvams: kiek finansiškai remti studijuojantį vaiką? Bernardinai.lt

https://www.kurstoti.lt/s/9676/dilema-studentu-tevams-kiek-finansiskai-remti-studijuojanti-vaika Kurstoti.lt