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Cyberslacking and the Procrastination Superhighway
This study was designed to explore the extent to which time spent online was related to self reports of procrastination and attitudes held regarding the Internet. Expand
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Procrastination and the priority of short‐term mood regulation: Consequences for future self.
Procrastination is a common and pervasive problem associated with a range of negative outcomes across a variety of life domains that often occurs when people are faced with tasks that are seen asExpand
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“I'll look after my health, later”: an investigation of procrastination and health
A recent study on the negative health consequences of procrastination suggested that procrastination was associated with higher stress and poor health (Tice & Baumeister, 1997). The currentExpand
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Task aversiveness and procrastination: a multi-dimensional approach to task aversiveness across stages of personal projects
Abstract The purpose of this research was to explore notions of task aversiveness across stages of personal projects. 95 female and 66 male undergraduate students enrolled in an introductoryExpand
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Dimensional Specificity in the Prediction of Subjective Well-Being: Personal Projects in Pursuit of the PhD
Research on personal goals in relation to subjective well-being (SWB) typically involves appraisals of these goals on a number of appraisal dimensions. In this study, we examined how dimensionalExpand
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Procrastination and Self-Regulatory Failure: An Introduction to the Special Issue
As a preface to the papers in this special issue on the role of procrastination in maladjustment, we provide an overview of the topics covered. To our knowledge, this is the first special issue thatExpand
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The Complexity of the Relation between Fear of Failure and Procrastination
This study investigated the indirect and conditional relation between fear of failure and procrastination based on constructs from self-determination theory. Using structural equation modeling toExpand
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Counseling the procrastinator in academic settings
Procrastination, as a sporadic or chronic response to task engagement, is a pervasive problem for a large number of individuals in many societies. For example, researchers have estimated that inExpand
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