Abstract Title:

Guided Imagery as a Resource to Decrease Test Anxiety.

Abstract Source:

Creat Nurs. 2018 Nov ;24(4):211-214. PMID: 30567961

Abstract Author(s):

Gail Grammatica

Article Affiliation:

Gail Grammatica


A pre-exam guided imagery intervention was implemented with 49 senior baccalaureate nursing students to address test anxiety. The intervention consisted of listening to a 10-minute recorded audio guided imagery exercise. Self-reported anxiety levels were measured using a Likert scale pre- and post-guided imagery. Most students demonstrated a reduction in test anxiety postintervention.

Study Type : Human Study
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Diseases : Anxiety
Therapeutic Actions : Guided Imagery : CK(175) : AC(22)

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