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). Mathematics anxiety was composed of two facets, one associated with evaluations and the other for learning more generally.
Project: Sex Differences in Mathematics Anxiety and Attitudes
DOI
10.1037/edu0000355
Educational Environment
Project Method(s)
Developmental Design
Funding Agency
/ Grant Number
Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development
/ R01 HD087231
Funding Agency
/ Grant Number
National Science Foundation [NSF]
/ DRL1659133
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Dataset: MU Math Study Algebra/Math Anxiety
Last update: July 12, 2023
Description: 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 lon...