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Title: Examination stress, salivary cortisol, and academic performance
Authors: Ng, V.
Koh, D. 
Chia, S.-E. 
Issue Date: Dec-2003
Source: Ng, V.,Koh, D.,Chia, S.-E. (2003-12). Examination stress, salivary cortisol, and academic performance. Psychological Reports 93 (3 II) : 1133-1134. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: Immediately before and after participation in a written final examination, 11 graduate students rated their self-perceived stress and provided saliva samples for cortisol assay. Students rated stress higher before the examination, and these ratings were associated with increased salivary cortisol. Students who reported higher stress and had higher cortisol levels before the examination tended to have significantly lower examination scores.
Source Title: Psychological Reports
ISSN: 00332941
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