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Test anxiety and physiological arousal : a systematic review

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ROOS, Anna-Lena, Thomas GOETZ, Madeleine BIEG, Amanda JARRELL, Maike KRANNICH, 2017. Test anxiety and physiological arousal : a systematic review. 17th Biennial EARLI conference for Research on Learning and Instruction. Tampere, Finland, Aug 29, 2017 - Sep 2, 2017. In: 17th Biennial EARLI conference for Research on Learning and Instruction : Book of Abstracts, pp. 653

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