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We wish to extend research on this shortage of women by examining academic procrastination as a possible early indicator of academic discontent.
First, previous research has not tested stereotype threat and achievement goals as predictors of academic procrastination in the same context.
Stereotype threat was also found to be positively associated with academic procrastination ( r = .
Contributing to the problem of academic procrastination is the growing trend among universities and colleges to offer online or web-based courses (Allen and Seaman 2008).
Moon and Illingworth (2005) examined academic procrastination in introductory psychology classes.
Effect of academic procrastination on performance of graduate-level cooperative groups in research methodology courses.

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