Schedule Induced Procrastination in College Students.
Smith, Travis R.
Holt, Daniel D.
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When the frequency of Congess' bills production is plotted as a cumulative function across a congressional term, the result is a positively accelerated curve which is reminiscent of a fixed-interval scallop (Critchfield et al., 2004). The positively accelerating curve can be conceptualized as a feature of "procrastination." The present study attempts to replicate the Critchfield et al. study by applying the same method of analysis to the homework completion behavior of college students.
Schedules, School--Psychological aspects
Color poster with text and charts describing research conducted by Travis Smith and Isaac Portz, advised by Daniel D. Holt.