#### Contributions

**Dataset: MU Math Study Algebra/Math Anxiety**(Uploaded on )

Sex differences in the strength of the relations between mathematics anxiety, mathematics attitudes, and mathematics achievement were assessed concurrently in sixth grade (n = 1,091, 545 boys) and longitudinally from sixth to seventh grade (n = 190, 97 boys).

**Project: Sex Differences in Mathematics Anxiety and Attitudes**(Uploaded on )

Sex differences in the strength of the relations between mathematics anxiety, mathematics attitudes, and mathematics achievement were assessed concurrently in sixth grade (n = 1,091, 545 boys) and longitudinally from sixth to seventh grade (n = 190, 97 boys).

**Project: Math Achievement, Attitudes, and Anxiety**(Uploaded on )

There are consistent correlations between mathematics achievement, attitudes, and anxiety, but the longitudinal relations among these constructs are not well understood nor are sex differences in these relations.