A Cross Sectional Study on Procrastination : Who Procrastinate More ?

  title={A Cross Sectional Study on Procrastination : Who Procrastinate More ?},
  author={Bilge Uzun {\"O}zer}
  • Bilge Uzun Özer
In the present research was to investigate the levels and the prevalence of academic procrastination on high school, undergraduate and graduate students. In this respect, Procrastination Assessment Scale-Student (PASS) was administered to a total of 448 students who were 149 (83 female; 66 male) high-school, 150 (80 female; 70 male) undergraduate and 148 (84 female; 64 male) graduate students. The average age was 15.5 years old (SD = .56) for High-school, 20.4 years old (SD = 1.71) for… CONTINUE READING

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