Los Angeles: Scientists have shown that self-affirmation is the key to deal with stress and its impact, including the ability to solve problems, a study says.Published in PLOS ONE, new research from Carnegie Mellon University provides the first evidence that self-affirmation can protect against the damaging effects of stress on problem-solving performance.Understanding that self-affirmation - the process of identifying and focusing on one`s most important values - boosts stressed individuals` problem-solving abilities will help guide future research and the development of educational interventions.
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