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A Randomized Controlled Trial of Acceptance-Based Behavior Therapy and Cognitive Therapy for Test Anxiety

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Clinical psychology student Lily Brown presents a pilot study that compared acceptance-based behavior therapy and cognitive therapy as treatments for test anxiety. Both approaches reduced anxiety in students, but the cognitive therapy seemed to negatively affect test performance. The acceptance therapy improved test performance and lowered anxiety.

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