Math anxiety linked to peculiar problem-solving strategies

A new research shows that, when applying problem-solving strategies, people that feel anxious when dealing with maths rely on different brain circuits than the ones used by math-confident people.

download.jpegThis different brain activation could explain why people with math-anxiety also struggle more to solve non math-related complex problems.

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