Communiqué Volume 51, Number 8 (June 2023)

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The Science of Math and Math Anxiety
By Robin Codding, Nicole Scheman, & Tianle Yu

Math anxiety is an important affective factor that is negatively correlated with math performance by interfering with students' motivation, self-efficacy, and task engagement. Given that math anxiety can affect students' well-being, math performance, and future economic opportunities, school psychologists must be familiar with math anxiety, including what it is, what it is not, and how to address it.

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NASP is pleased to announce that Meaghan Curran Guiney, PhD, NCSP, has been selected as the editor-elect of Communiqué, with her full editorship beginning July 1, 2023.

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