Cross validating a bidimensional mathematics anxiety scale


28-Feb-2017 09:36

Girls showed higher levels of MA than boys and high levels of MA were related to poorer levels of mathematics performance.

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Longitudinal research is needed to investigate the development of MA and its effect on mathematics performance.

Results: No gender differences emerged for mathematics performance but levels of MA and TA were higher for girls than for boys.

Conclusions: Our study has revealed that secondary school children experience MA.

- Background Mathematics anxiety (MA) is generally defined as a state of discomfort caused by performing mathematical tasks [1].

MA can be manifested as feelings of apprehension, dislike, tension, worry, frustration, and fear [2-4].

Conclusions Our study has revealed that secondary school children experience MA.



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