Timothy A. Pychyl

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a r t i c l e i n f o Procrastination is a self-defeating behavior that occurs when present self chooses to delay a task action in favor of future self taking on this task later. Given this dynamic between present and future self with procrastination, we hypothesized that higher levels of perceived self-continuity would be related to lower levels of(More)
Associate Editors Betty Blecha, Associate Editor for Economics, San Francisco State University Edward Brent, Associate Editor for Sociology, University of Missouri Edwin H. Carpenter, Associate Editor for Multimedia, University of Arizona Desmond Saunders-Newton, Associate Editor for Statistics and Research Methodology, University of Southern California(More)
Written feedback on students’ assignments is a common method that instructors and teaching assistants use to inform students about their performance or guide revisions. Despite its frequency of use, written feedback often lacks sufficient detail to be beneficial to students, and additional empirical research should examine its effectiveness as a teaching(More)
The present study examined the relationship between procrastination, delay, blameworthiness, and moral responsibility. Undergraduate students (N = 240) were provided two scenarios in which the reason for inaction (procrastination, delay), the target (self, other), and the outcome (positive, negative) were manipulated, and students were asked to rate the(More)
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