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No Fear No Risk


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LPH submitted a new blog post:

No Fear No Risk

Haegler and others at the University of Munich report that people who are anxious release a chemical signal that's detectable by those close to their sweat. The experimenters conducted a double-blind controlled study to arrive at their results.

Detectors make higher risk taking choices than do control group subjects.

Detectors also delay their choices longer than do other subjects.

I wonder what implications this series of studies has for managing classroom learning, including with...
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