New Research Establishes Girls More Prone to Math Anxiety


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A latest study to appear in Psychological Science, a journal of the Association for Psychological Science, finds that girls are more anxious when it comes to mathematics than their male peers.

The findings exposes that girls reported more math anxiety than boys on generalized assessments, despite similar math achievement. The study is "Do Girls Really Experience More Anxiety in Mathematics?"


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