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Schmeck, Ronald R; Spofford, Mark – Contemporary Educational Psychology, 1982
An investigation was undertaken to determine whether highly aroused (e.g. highly anxious) students are handicapped with regard to their ability to learn through deep processing and elaboration. The hypothesis that well-developed deep and elaborative habits of thought might counteract the disruptive effects that excessive arousal has upon students…
Descriptors: Arousal Patterns, Attention, Cognitive Style, Higher Education