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Dissecting emotions helps boost learning

Picture a middle-school student who we'll call Ethan. He entered third period today with a scowl on his face. He squirms and fidgets in his chair, unable to focus. When his teacher asks him about last night's homework, he bristles with annoyance and says he didn't do the assignment. It's not clear why Ethan appears angry, and chances are Ethan may be a little unsure himself.

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