Predicting Academic Procrastination Based on Perfectionism and Cognitive Learning Strategies in Students
The purpose of the study was to predict academic procrastination based on perfectionism and cognitive learning strategies in students. The design of the present research was a cross-sectional one with a descriptive correlational-prediction approach. In this study, 210 students of the Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences of Allameh Tabatabai University completed the Solomon Rath Blum Educational Inventory (1984), perfectionism and cognitive strategies of Mousavian (2004) in the academic year 2016-17. To test the hypothesis of Pearson correlation coefficient and multiple regression were used. The results showed that there is a significant relationship between perfectionism and academic procrastination, between perfectionism and cognitive strategies and its components with direct perfectionism. There is a significant negative relationship between perfectionism and negative perfectionism. There is a negative and significant relationship between cognitive strategies and its components with academic proclivity. Findings indicate that with the help of perfectionism and cognitive strategies, it is possible to predict academic proclivity of students.
Article Type:
Research/Original Article
Educational Psychology, Volume:13 Issue:45, 2017
83 - 96  
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