Study: Math anxiety can pass from parent to child

10/23/2013 | KQED.org

When parents or teachers are anxious or negative about math, children tend to mirror those feelings, according to researchers at the University of Chicago. A study, published recently in the journal Sex Roles, found the transmission of math aversion or anxiety wasn't intentional, but it warned that parents should be conscious of their negative feelings.

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