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In other words, both groups were stressed, but one group channeled the stress as a performance challenge; the other group as a performance threat. It wasn't the stress of a difficult test that caused distress--everyone felt that. It was how subjects interpreted their stress. -[..]mbracing-stress-minimizing-distress.html

Calming when conflict -[..]ks-in-the-human-body-to-make-or-break-us

A Stanford psychologist has a simple mental exercise for tackling student stress -[..]l-exercise-for-tackling-student-anxiety/

The 40% rule is simple: When your mind is telling you that you’re done, that you’re exhausted, that you cannot possibly go any further, you’re only actually 40% done. ( umm... not sure if it really useful all the time ) -[..]the-40-rule-the-simple-secret-to-success

“The ideal situation for improving learning and memory would be to experience no stress and to exercise,” Edwards said. -

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