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(Psych Central News) Have you ever known someone who stresses and develops anxiety when they are asked to do math? While experts have recognized the behavioral aspects of math anxiety for over 50 years, research has been limited on the biological underpinnings of the stress. In a new study, Stanford University School of Medicine researchers have determined that [...]

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