A study of the effects of a short, daily relaxation period on some important behaviors of secondary school students

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1978

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The primary purpose of this study was to ascertain the effect of a daily, short relaxation period on the general anxiety level of a group of secondary school students. Also to be examined were the effects of this session on the frequency of discipline problems and the rate of absenteeism among the participants. Finally, the positive or negative reactions of the students to the process itself, indicating their abilities to perform the process, were observed. [...]

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