But in other ways, it's harder for the modern procrastinator
who stated they would be labeled by self and others as a procrastinator
and 22 respondents (18 women, 4 men; M age = 42.
Chu and Choi (2005) deemed it necessary to divide procrastinators
into passive procrastinators
and active procrastinators
Ferrari (1991) found that procrastinators
report feelings of low self-esteem and greater social anxiety.
I suppose it's inevitable that I would be attracted to a wine from Aussie wine-maker Chalk Hill called The Procrastinator
Sauvignon Blanc 2006 (Oddbins, pounds 8.
Cardiff-born David Hopkins, a member of clever people's organisation Mensa, created the frivolous- but-fun Procrastinator
That is, there is a need for research to examine a set of integrated personality traits in order to determine the characteristics of procrastinators
Fifteen to 20 percent of the general population are procrastinators
, and the prevalence is growing, Steel concluded.
She said: "There's the controller, who needs to pay the bill right away, and the procrastinator
, who shoves it in a drawer to be dealt with later.
However, the negative affect over the use of a phony excuse seems to be insufficient to prompt an academic procrastinator
to stop relying on fraudulent excuses (quite the contrary-many procrastinators
indicated they would use a phony excuse again).
Let's take the situation of Patricia Procrastinator
To tell a chronic procrastinator
to just do it would be like saying to a clinically depressed person, cheer up, " said Joseph Ferrari, a professor of psychology at DePaul University.