Stress Response Associated with Finishing a Test Slower than One’s Peers

Abstract

Numerous non-academic variables, such as negative emotions, confidence, and cognitive appraisal, influence one’s success on a test. Such indirect time pressures applied to test-taking situations may influence one’s cognitive self-assessments, and consequently, one’s confidence during a test. Collectively, these variables may affect one’s performance on a… (More)

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@inproceedings{GrosserStressRA, title={Stress Response Associated with Finishing a Test Slower than One’s Peers}, author={Josh Grosser and E. A. Chapman and Talia Maio and Chelsey Peterson} }