Academic Procrastination : Frequency and Cognitive-Behavioral Correlates

@inproceedings{Solomon2005AcademicP,
  title={Academic Procrastination : Frequency and Cognitive-Behavioral Correlates},
  author={Laura J. Solomon and Esther D. Rothblum},
  year={2005}
}
This study investigated the frequency of college students' procrastination on academic tasks and the reasons for procrastination behavior. A high percentage of students reported problems with procrastination on several specific academic tasks. Self-reported procrastination was positively correlated with the number of self-paced quizzes students took late in the semester and with participation in an experimental session offered late in the semester. A factor analysis of the reasons for… CONTINUE READING
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