What Are The Biopsychological Model Of Challenge And Threat?
For the second study, there were 303 ninth-grade Algebra 1 students that participated in this experiment. The independent variable would the different types of materials provided. A student can either have incremental-theory or control material. The dependent variable in this study is the self-report and the saliva sample that was taken.
2. In the first study, it was hypothesized that with incremental-theory teaching, it would help an adolescent to respond to social stress through challenge type attitude. At the beginning of the experiment, each participant have electrocardiography and blood-pressure measured. There were two groups, in which one would be given an incremental-theory or control group reading and writing exercises. Those in incremental theory group, they are given insights about the theory and they were informed that they are able to change depending on their situation. The control lacked this aspect and therefore, only had reading and writing exercises. After that, they are given a social stress test and measured their autonomic recovery after the test. In this experiment, the result supports the hypothesis, in which