Psychophysiological Economics: An Introductory Paper:
Grable, J.E. (2013). Psychophysiological economics: Introducing an emerging field of study. Journal of Financial Service Professionals, 67(5), 16-18.
Financial Anxiety, Physiological Arousal, and Planning Intention was recently published in the Journal of Financial Therapy: http://newprairiepress.org/jft/vol5/iss2/2/
Grable, J. E., & Britt, S. L. (2012). Financial news and client stress: Understanding the association from a financial planning perspective. Financial Planning Review, 5(3), 23-36.
Grable, J. E., & Britt, S. L. (2012). Assessing client stress and why it matters to financial advisors. Journal of Financial Service Professionals, 3, 39-46.
Britt, S., & Grable, J. (2012). Your office may be a stressor: Understand how the physical environment of your office affects financial counseling clients. The Standard, 30(2), 5 & 13.
Grable, J. E., & Britt, S. L. (2011). An investigation of response bias associated with electronically delivered risk-tolerance assessment. Journal of Financial Therapy, 2, 43-52.
Grable, J. E., & Britt, S. L. (2011, January). A test of the video narration effect on financial risk-tolerance assessment. Journal of Financial Planning: Between the Issues. Available at: http://www.fpanet.org/journal/BetweentheIssues/LastMonth/Articles/ATestoftheVideoNarrationEffect