Students overcome test anxiety using technology

10/4/2012 | TechCrunch

The University of Iowa is hoping to ease students' anxiety about tests -- and improve their scores -- through the use of technology. The technique uses "biofeedback," or a type of mind-reading technology, that makes students aware of their brainwaves. The technology allows students to understand when they have returned to a state of calm, and some say it has been shown to improve achievement.

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