The Effect of Binaural Auditory Beats on the Anxiety and Psychological Hardiness Levels of Graduate Students
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Three graduate students from a Midwestern urban university were selected from a pool of volunteers based on elevated levels of anxiety. The students were initially tested using the Self-Evaluation Questionnaire and Hardiness Scale. Students were provided with audio tapes using binaural beats. Each Self-Evaluation Questionnaire score was tracked for the purpose of determining the affect of the audio tapes on levels of anxiety and hardiness. All three students showed reduced levels of anxiety after using the tapes, with either a similar or higher level of Hardiness.
Moore, Terry L., "The Effect of Binaural Auditory Beats on the Anxiety and Psychological Hardiness Levels of Graduate Students" (2000). Theses. 277.
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