Self-reinforcing self-talk makes for confident speakers

Confident public speakers tend to be less self-focused and self-critical in the days before they step on stage, compared with anxious speakers, research shows. 

Xiaowei Shi and his colleagues surveyed nearly 200 students on a public speaking course at Middle Tennessee State University in the US.

The researchers...

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