Fear appeals prior to a high-stakes examination can have a positive or negative impact on engagement depending on how the message is appraised

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Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 28 Oct 2016
EventBritish Psychological Society, Psychology of Education Section Annual Conference - Birmingham, UK.
Duration: 28 Oct 201629 Oct 2016

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ConferenceBritish Psychological Society, Psychology of Education Section Annual Conference
Period28/10/1629/10/16

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PUTWAIN, DAVID., NICHOLSON, LAURA., NAKHLA, GHADA., REECE, MONIKA., PORTER, BEN., & LIVERSIDGE, ANTHONY. (2016). Fear appeals prior to a high-stakes examination can have a positive or negative impact on engagement depending on how the message is appraised. Paper presented at British Psychological Society, Psychology of Education Section Annual Conference, .
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Fear appeals prior to a high-stakes examination can have a positive or negative impact on engagement depending on how the message is appraised. / PUTWAIN, DAVID; NICHOLSON, LAURA; NAKHLA, GHADA; REECE, MONIKA; PORTER, BEN; LIVERSIDGE, ANTHONY.

2016. Paper presented at British Psychological Society, Psychology of Education Section Annual Conference, .

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PUTWAIN DAVID, NICHOLSON LAURA, NAKHLA GHADA, REECE MONIKA, PORTER BEN, LIVERSIDGE ANTHONY. Fear appeals prior to a high-stakes examination can have a positive or negative impact on engagement depending on how the message is appraised. 2016. Paper presented at British Psychological Society, Psychology of Education Section Annual Conference, .