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Synonyms for procrastination



Synonyms for procrastination

the act of procrastinating

slowness as a consequence of not getting around to it

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Reducing of academic procrastination through a group treatment program: A pilot study.
Academic procrastination, life satisfaction and academic achievement: The mediation role of rational beliefs about studying.
Academic procrastination in college students: The role of self-reported executive function.
An investigation of the efficacy of acceptance-based behavioral therapy for academic procrastination.
This study aimed to investigate the effect of academic procrastination as measured in LMS data on e-learning course achievement.
We wish to extend research on this shortage of women by examining academic procrastination as a possible early indicator of academic discontent.
Situational and personal determinants of academic procrastination.
Academic procrastination is a sort of anti-motivation which is in a sense of self-regulation failure, and is linked with low levels of academic self-efficacy and self-esteem, characterized by high levels of anxiety, depression, stress, feelings of hopelessness, poor physical health, and illness (e.
The scale has also been validated by finding its relation to academic procrastination, locus of control, self-esteem, impatience, non-competitiveness, self-handicapping, anxiety, and public-self consciousness (Ferrari et al.
An important part of these studies is about the academic procrastination behavior of students (Elvers, Polzella ve Graetz, 2003; Ferrari ve Scher, 2000; Kagan, 2009; Lee, 2005; Nelson, 2009).
Solomon and Rothblum (1984) in their research endorsed that academic procrastination is not only a deficit in study habits or time management skills, and involved an overall complex interplay of behavioral, cognitive, and affective components.
The negative consequences of academic procrastination can be devastating to students.
Despite the fact that procrastination occurs in all kinds of daily tasks (Alexander & Onwuegbuzie, 2007), academic procrastination is highly frequent in students and regarded as detrimental to academic progress and success justifying thus its study.
Only a few studies have analyzed the relations between test anxiety, academic procrastination, personal and family variables and math grades.
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