Recognising and measuring mathematics anxiety and resilience.

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Hunt, T. and Petronzi, D. 2024. Recognising and measuring mathematics anxiety and resilience. in: Johnston-Wilder, S. and Lee, C. (ed.) The Mathematical Resilience Book: How Everyone Can Progress in Mathematics London Routledge. pp. 1-15
AuthorsHunt, T. and Petronzi, D.
EditorsJohnston-Wilder, S. and Lee, C.
Abstract

A variety of measures are available to show the presence of maths anxiety because of its multidimensional nature and the need to address a specific target population. Measuring maths anxiety helps our understanding of this form of anxiety and its similarities to and differences from other constructs such as maths self-efficacy or other forms of anxiety, e.g., general or test anxiety. This chapter will help readers get to grips with some of the most commonly used measures and scales available, taking into account empirical findings that suggest other ways to recognise mathematics anxiety.

Keywordsmathematical resilience; mathematics anxiety; measures
Page range1-15
Year2024
Book titleThe Mathematical Resilience Book: How Everyone Can Progress in Mathematics
PublisherRoutledge
Place of publicationLondon
ISBN9781003334354
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.4324/9781003334354
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