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Further reading related to mathematical resilience (in progress)

Benson, H. (2000). Relaxation Response. HarperCollins.

Carmo, J. S.; Gris, G.; & Palombarini, L. S. (2019) Mathematics Anxiety: Definition, Prevention, Reversal Strategies and School Setting Inclusion. In: KOLLOSCHE, D. et. al. (Eds.) Inclusive Mathematics Education. State of the Art Research from Brazil and Germany. Switzerland: Springer. 403-418

Cipora, K.,, Santos, F. H., Kucian, K., & Ann Dowker, A. (2022) Mathematics anxiety - where are we and where shall we go?Link opens in a new window Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1513, 1, 10-20.

"It may also be that interventions should not target MA as such, but focus instead on other aspects, for example, resilience or mathematical self-efficacy, which, while related to MA, remain distinct from it."

Dowker, A., Sarkar, S., & Looi, C. Y. (2016). 'Maths Anxiety: What Have We Learned in 60 years?' Front Psychol. 7: 508.

Durmaz, M., & Akkus, R. (2016). 'Mathematics Anxiety, Motivation and the Basic Psychological Needs from the Perspective of Self-Determination Theory'. Education and Science, 41, 111-127.

Finlayson, M. (2014). 'Addressing Math Anxiety in the Classroom'. Improving Schools, 17, 99-115.

Newman, R. S. (2002) 'How Self-Regulated Learners Cope with Academic Difficulty: The Role of Adaptive Help Link opens in a new windowSeekingLink opens in a new window'. Theory Into Practice (Becoming a Self-Regulated Learner), 41,2:132-138.

Ryan, R., & Deci, E. (2018). Self-Determination Theory: Basic Psychological Needs in Motivation, Development, and Wellness. Guilford Press.

Williams, G. (2014). 'Optimistic Problem-Solving Activity: Enacting Confidence, Persistence, and Perseverance'. ZDM, 46, 407-422.

Zaretskii, V. (2009) 'The Zone of Proximal Development: What Vygotsky Did Not Have Time to Write'.Link opens in a new window Journal of Russian & East European Psychology, 47,6: 70-93.