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ERIC Number: EJ030501
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1970
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Relationship of Cognitive and Emotional Components of Test Anxiety to Physiological Arousal and Academic Performance
Morris, Larry W.; Liebert, Robert M.
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 35, 3, 332-337, Dec '70
Worry was found to be more highly negatively related to examination grades than was Emotionality or pulse rate and worry was more highly negatively related to expectancy than was Emotionality. However, pulse rate was no more highly related to Emotionality than to Worry, suggesting that questionnaire and direct measures of autonomic arousal are less closely related than has been generally assumed. (Author)
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