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You cannot post new topics in this forumYou cannot reply to topics in this forumYou cannot edit your posts in this forumYou cannot delete your posts in this forumYou cannot vote in polls in this forumYou cannot attach files in this forumYou can download files in this forumSuch a guide can be especially important for players who feel very nervous about making their first mistakes. According to researchers, people who score very high on a scale of neuroticism (which is measured in the same way as people's anxiety and stress levels) are much more likely to make high-risk mistakes when they first start to play.
This is because these people tend to be more afraid of the negative consequences of making mistakes than other people. As such, they do not feel inclined to learn and make new progress.
This means that they tend to stick with their existing styles and patterns. In this study, people who were relatively high in neuroticism performed very poorly at the starting point of the game.
However, after playing for a few sessions, they improved very quickly.
The difference in performance after several sessions was not related to their scores on any other personality traits.
The researchers suggest that this is because participants who were very high in neuroticism were likely to have already mastered their skills and had an established pattern of playing.
However, once they began to adapt their play, this forced them to face an uncomfortable situation of learning and being guided. This made them feel more stress and, as a result, reduced the likelihood of making more mistakes.
Although this is a small study, the research does suggest that people who feel nervous about their early attempts may find that they improve more quickly and successfully if they learn to practice over a longer period of time.Distribution of nitric oxide synthase in the chick retina.
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