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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.