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Helping Students Relax and Focus Before Exams

March 25, 2019 2:25

Can the fear of failure become a self fulfilling prophecy? A new study led by Stanford University psychologist Christopher Rozek looks at how test anxiety affects low-income students and their wealthier peers. Can simple writing exercises given right before an exam help students understand that stress is not always a bad thing?

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