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The Effectiveness of Emotion Regulatory Training on Test Anger and Processing Efficiency in High School Girl Students

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Emotional order, expresses the psychological and behavioral processes in which individuals affect their feelings and others. The Purpose of this study is determining effect of emotion regulation training on the test anxiety and processing efficiency among high school girls' students. A quasi-experimental design was selected to run this study and anxiety questionnaire developed by spilberger was used to collect data. The population of this study was the whole girls' students of Varzeghan high school. 44 samples were selected through multiple stage cluster sampling and assigned to two groups of experimental and control group. After the pretest, the participants in experimental group were given emotion regulation training based on gross model for one hour in 8 sessions. The control group did not receive any training in all these session. And there was no intervention. After the sessions, these groups were evaluated once again. MANOVA was used to analyze the data. Furthermore meaningful level is considered in all of the analyze (p<0/05) for this research. Data analyzes showed that emotion regulation was effective for test anxiety and processing efficiency. Emotion regulation skills can be offered to students for enabling them to manage their anxiety at school.

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Periodical:
International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences (Volume 88)
Pages:
15-22
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N. Tosifian et al., "The Effectiveness of Emotion Regulatory Training on Test Anger and Processing Efficiency in High School Girl Students", International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences, Vol. 88, pp. 15-22, 2020
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March 2020
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