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ERIC Number: EJ188267
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 1978
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Effects of Cue-Controlled Relaxation, a Placebo Treatment, and No Treatment on Changes in Self-Reported Test Anxiety Among College Students
McGlynn, F. Dudley; And Others
Journal of Clinical Psychology, 34, 3, 707-14, Jul 78
Describes an experiment in which a presumptively behavioral anxiety-management technique known as "cue-controlled relaxation" (Russell, Miller & June, 1975) was compared with a "deactivated" version of Borkovec's (1972) Avoidance Response Placebo treatment and with no intervention as means of reducing self-reported test anxiety among college students. (Author)
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Language: English
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Identifiers - Assessments and Surveys: Sarason Test Anxiety Scale