Investigating the effect of academic procrastination on the frequency and variety of academic misconduct: a panel study

@article{Patrzek2015InvestigatingTE,
  title={Investigating the effect of academic procrastination on the frequency and variety of academic misconduct: a panel study},
  author={Justine Patrzek and Sebastian Sattler and Floris van Veen and Carola Grunschel and Stefan Fries},
  journal={Studies in Higher Education},
  year={2015},
  volume={40},
  pages={1014 - 1029}
}
In prior studies, academic procrastination has been discussed as an influencing factor of academic misconduct. However, empirical studies were conducted solely cross-sectionally and investigated only a few forms of academic misconduct. This large scale web-based study examined the responses of between 1359 and 2207 participants from different academic disciplines at four German universities to address the effect of academic procrastination on seven different forms of academic misconduct (using… Expand
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