College of Family and Consumer Sciences
|Degree||Field of Study||Institution||Graduation|
|Ph.D.||Personal Financial Planning||Kansas State University||2016|
|M.B.A.||Finance||Oklahoma State University||1983|
|B.S.||Accounting||Oklahoma State University||1977|
My research focuses on the impact of Behavioral Finance on decision making processes in the area of Personal Financial Planning.
I am currently a Full Time Lecturer in the Department of Financial Planning, Housing, and Consumer Economics.
Prior Professional Positions
|Organization||Title||Years of Service|
|University of Central Oklahoma||Visiting Assistant Professor of Finance||2019 to 2020|
|University of Central Oklahoma||Adjunct Professor of Finance||1986 to 2018|
|Kansas State University||Graduate Instructor Personal Financial Planning||2017|
|University of Phoenix||Instructor of Finance and Accounting||2001 to 2006|
|Oklahoma State University||Adjunct Instructor of Finance||1982 to 1983|
|Various previous industry positions in Financial Management||Chief Financial Officer, Regional Controller, and Manager of Finance and Accounting||26 years|
I serve as a reviewer to The Journal of Family and Economic Issues, and The Journal of Finanical Therapy.
I am a member of The Financial Planning Association, The Academy of Financial Services, and The Financial Therapy Association.
Advanced Retirement Planning and Employee Benefits
Advanced Wealth Management I
Advanced Wealth Management II
My current research includes two areas: (a) the association of personality on personal financial decision making, and (b) the association of financial risk tolerance on personal finanical decision making.
Cupples, S., Rasure, E., Grable, J.E. (2013). Educational achievement as a mediator between gender and financial risk tolerance: An exploratory study.
Grable, J.E., Cupples, S., Fernatt, F., & Anderson, N. (2012). Evaluating the Link Between Perceived Income Adequacy and Financial Satisfaction: A Resources Deficit Hypothesis Approach.
Britt, S., Grable, J., Cumbie, J., Cupples, S., Henegar, J., Schindler, K., Archuleta, K. (2011). Student financial counseling: An analysis of a clinical and non-clinical sample.
The association of personality on personal finanical decision making.
The association of financial risk tolerance on personal financial decision making.