مقالات ISI اضطراب ریاضی : 82 مقاله انگلیسی + ترجمه فارسی

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Facial gender but not emotion distinguishes neural responses of 10- to 13-year-old children with social anxiety disorder from healthy and clinical controls

Teachers as digital citizens: The influence of individual backgrounds, internet use and psychological characteristics on teachers levels of digital citizenship

Effects of laying on of hands with and without a spiritual context on pain and functionality of older women with knee osteoarthritis: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial

Original articleMath anxiety, a hierarchical construct: Development and validation of the Scale for Assessing Math Anxiety in Secondary educationAnsiedad matemática, un constructo jerárquico: desarrollo y validación de la Scale for Assessing Math Anxie

The role of students' self-beliefs, motivation and attitudes in predicting mathematics achievement: A multilevel analysis of the Programme for International Student Assessment data

Affect and motivation within and between school subjects: Development and validation of an integrative structural model of academic self-concept, interest, and anxiety

Series: Decision Making About Healthcare-Related Tests and Diagnostic Test StrategiesDecision making about healthcare-related tests and diagnostic test strategies. Paper 5: a qualitative study with experts suggests that test accuracy data alone is rarely

Using an informal competitive practical to stimulate links between the theoretical and practical in fluid mechanics: A case study in non-assessment driven learning approaches

Can psychological well-being scales and hormone levels be used to predict acute performance of anaerobic training tasks in elite female volleyball players?