The present research was conducted to investigate the effectivity of brain-centered training on academic procrastination and test anxiety. This research was a kind of semi-experimental (semi-pilot) one together with pre-test and post-test with the control group. The statistical population of the research contained all male students in 9th grade in high school in Khaf city in the education year of 1396-97. The researcher selected 30 male high school students in Khaf as sample group and then they were divided into two control and test groups via non-random sampling method. The learning atmosphere was changed according to the effective factors on the brain (light, nutrition, oxygen, color, music, and water). Therefore, the teacher trained the test group based on brain-centered learning principles. The test anxiety inventory by Speilberger (1980) and the academic procrastination questionnaire of Solomon and Rothblum (1984) were used to measure the variables. The results of the research showed that brain-centered training is active on the reduction of test anxiety (P<0/05), but it has not affected procrastination; thus, it can be concluded that brain-centered training influences over a decline of test anxiety. Therefore, the brain-centered learning train can be used as an intervention method in decreasing the students’ test anxiety.
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