University of the Netherlands: What do money worries do to your brain?

What does financial worries do to your brain?


If you have money worries, you better think about your expenses, right? Our colleague and behavioral scientist Mirre Stallen tells you why that is not always the case. Money stress has an effect on your brain. This makes it more difficult to think about the long term: you will therefore not easily put money aside for unexpected expenses, such as a broken refrigerator. At the same time, if you have money worries, you are more sensitive to buying things that make you happy now, such as a new coat. But how do you solve those money problems? You can hear that in this video, watch it here!


This video is in Dutch. 


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