Subject: Math Achievement | gender | math education | BF1-990 | gender stereotypes | Parent-Child Relations | Psychology | math anxiety | Original Research | parents
mesheuropmc: education | psychological phenomena and processes | mental disorders | behavioral disciplines and activities
Two studies examined social determinants of adolescents’ math anxiety including parents’ own math anxiety and children’s endorsement of math-gender stereotypes. In study 1, parent-child dyads were surveyed and the interaction between parent and child math anxiety was ex... View more
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