procrastination


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Keywords: web-based survey, procrastination, adolescents
The literature suggests that chronic procrastination leads to losses in financial (McCown, Johnson, & Petzel, 1989), academic (Klassen, Krawchuk, & Rajani, 2008), health (Pychyl & Sirois, 2016) and social relationships (Ferrari & Patel, 2004; Klingsieck, 2013).
AS we struggle anew with our New Year's resolutions, often regretting missed opportunities for not taking a carpe diem attitude of seizing the moment and the day, don't fret as studies show, on the contrary, that there may be more value in procrastination.
Procrastination can sometimes be a good thing, giving a person time to think through decisions more thoroughly instead of acting impulsively.
Procrastination refers to a tendency to delay a specific but necessary activity (Solomon & Rothblum, 1984).
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I've been meaning to write about procrastination for a while.
And procrastination, in psychological terms, is what happens when the value of doing something else outweighs the value of working now.
Download Salhab: No one benefits from procrastination NNA - "Change and Reform" parliamentary bloc member, MP Selim Salhab said on Tuesday that a settlement will eventually be reached over the electoral law file before 15 May, 2017, underscoring that "no one has interest in procrastination.
Procrastination is one of the problems leading to performance decline, and spirituality-based lifestyle is an effective factor on stress reduction.
Present research examined the effects of personality traits on procrastination and it also investigated that how personality traits play an integral role in the development of procrastination.