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Decisional and behavioral procrastination: How they relate to self-discrepancies.

@article{OrellanaDamacela2000DecisionalAB,
  title={Decisional and behavioral procrastination: How they relate to self-discrepancies.},
  author={Lucia E. Orellana-Damacela and Robert Scott Tindale and Yolanda Suarez-Balcazar},
  journal={Journal of Social Behavior and Personality},
  year={2000},
  volume={15},
  pages={225-238}
}
(2000). The impact of self-descrepancies on people's tendency to procrastinate. 

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