Academic Procrastination: Frequency and Cognitive-Behavioral Correlates

  title={Academic Procrastination: Frequency and Cognitive-Behavioral Correlates},
  author={Laura J. Solomon and Esther D Rothblum},
  journal={Journal of Counseling Psychology},
Analyse factorielle des raisons invoquees par 342 etudiants pour rendre compte de leur temporisation dans certaines tâches universitaires, apres un examen de la frequence d'un tel comportement 
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