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Protecting a Few Students from Negative Stereotypes Benefits Entire Classroom

Interventions targeted at individual students can improve the classroom environment and trigger a second wave of benefits for all classmates, research with 7th graders shows. ... More>


Math Anxiety Doesn’t Equal Poor Math Performance

Nervousness and discomfort in relation to math impairs math performance for some students, but new research shows that it’s linked with improved performance for others, at least to a degree. ... More>


Teaching Current Directions

Teaching Current Directions in Psychological Science

Featured Articles: “Sniffing Out Information” and “Rise to the Challenge.” ... More>


The Trouble with Too Much Talent

From the soccer field to the boardroom, researchers find that too many talented individuals on a single team can actually compromise performance. ... More>