Academic Journals

The following is a reasonably comprehensive list of those publications which impact our understanding of financial fraud.

While some contributions are apparent (understanding consumer behavior, for example, is essential to understanding how consumers are defrauded), others are less readily discernible, yet still important (Psychology of Women Quarterly, for example, may provide useful insights into different levels and types of vulnerability between the sexes).

American Journal of Psychology
American Psychologist
Australian Psychologist
Communication Monographs
Communication Theory
European Journal of Social Psychology
Health Communication
Health Education & Behavior
Journal of Advertising
Journal of Advertising Research
Journal of Applied Social Psychology
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication
Journal of Consumer Behavior
Journal of Consumer Marketing
Journal of Consumer Research
Journal of Language and Social Psychology
Journal of Marketing Research
Journal of Personality
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
Journal of Personality Assessment
Journal of Social Psychology
Media Psychology
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin
Perspectives on Psychological Science
Political Communication
Psychological Bulletin
Psychology & Health
Psychology and Marketing
Psychology of Women Quarterly
Public communication campaigns (book)
Social Behavior and Personality
Social Science & Medicine
Society for Judgment and Decision Making Journal
The Journal of Communication
The Journal of Politics
The Quarterly Journal of Economics

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