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Bosch, L. A., Serido, J., Card, N., Shim, S., & Barber, B. L. (In press). Predictors of Financial Identity Maturation in Emerging Adulthood. Emerging Adulthood.

Serido, J., Curran, M. A., Wilmarth, M., Ahn, S. Y., Shim, S., & Ballard, J. (2015). The unique role of parents and romantic partners on young adults’ financial attitudes and behaviors. Family Relations, 64(5), 696-710.

Shim, S., Serido, J., Tang, C., & Card, N. (2015). Socialization processes and pathways to healthy financial development for young adults. Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology, 38, 29-38.

Serido, J. & Joseph, M. (2014). Challenging Assumptions: Crossing Disciplinary Divides to Make Knowledge about Gender and Finance. Feminist Formations, 26 (2), 52-83.

Xiao, J. J., Ahn, S.Y., Serido, J., Shim, S. (2014). Earlier financial literacy and later financial behaviour of college students. International Journal of Consumer Studies, 38, 593-601.

Serido, J., Shim, S., Xiao, J. J., Card, N., & Tang, C. (2014). Financial adaptation among college students: Helping students cope with financial strain. Journal of College Student Development, 55(3), 310-316.

Serido, J., Shim, S., & Tang, C. (2013). A developmental model of financial capability: A framework for promoting a successful transition to adulthood. International Journal of Behavioral Development, 37 (4), 287-297.

Shim, S., Serido, J., Bosch, L. &Tang, C. (2013). Financial identity styles among young adults: A longitudinal study of socialization factors and consequences on financial capabilities. Journal of Consumer Affairs, 47(1),128–152. (view)

Shim, S., Serido, J., & Tang, C. (2013). After the Global Financial Crash: Individual Factors Differentiating Young Adult Consumers’ Trust in Banks and Financial Institutions. Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services, 20, 26-33.

Shim, S., Serido, J., & Tang, C. (2011).The ant and the grasshopper revisited: The present psychological benefits of saving for tomorrow. Journal of Economic Psychology, 33(1), 155-165.

Xiao, J. J., Tang, C., Serido, J., Shim, S. (2011). Antecedents and Consequences of Risky Credit Behavior Among College Students: Application and Extension of the Theory of Planned Behavior. Journal of Public Policy and Marketing, 30(2), 239-245.

Serido, J., Shim, S., Mishra, A., & Tang, C. (2010). Financial parenting, financial coping behaviors and well-being of emerging adults. Family Relations: Special Issue, 59,453-464.

Shim, S., Barber, B., Card, N., Xiao, & Serido, J. (2010). Financial socialization of young adults: the role of family, work, and education. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 39(12), 1457-1470.

APLUS Partner Institutions University of Arizona Norton School of Family and Consumer Sciences University of Minnesota Department of Family Social Science University of Wisconsin School of Human Ecology

We thank the National Endowment For Financial Education for their continuing financial support of the APLUS project. Thank you to Great Lakes Education for your support of Wave 4 and to Citi Foundation for their past support.