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Students May Forget Relevant Information in Order to Protect Their Own Psyches
April 19, 2017
LOS ANGELES, April 19 -- The University of California's Los Angeles campus (UCLA) issued the following news release:

UCLA-led research has found that students in a college mathematics course experienced a phenomenon similar to repression, the psychological process in which people forget emotional or traumatic events to protect themselves.

In a study published online by the Journal of Educational Psychology, the researchers found that the students who forgot the most . . .

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