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PSYC 4170 Research Proposal - The Impact of Parental Relationship on Procrastination

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Transcript of PSYC 4170 Research Proposal - The Impact of Parental Relationship on Procrastination

The Trend of Procrastination Research… (Cont.)
The Trend of Procrastination Research...
The Impact of Parental Relationship on Pr crastination
Pak Lik (Alex), Tsang
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Jing Nim Liane, Yeung
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PSYCH 4170 H Proposal
The Role of Parents...
Parents continued to be a strong influence at university

Longitudinal effect of parental involvement earlier in high school

Parent’s education level is
positively correlated
with higher parental involvement
Goal f the Study...
To investigate the relations between
parental relationship and procrastination


Add knowledge to existing procrastination researches
Rationale of the Study...
95%
of college students procrastinate
Up to
70%
of university students consider themselves procrastinators


Moderate – Strong negative correlation between procrastination and academic performance

(Ellis & Knaus, 1977)
(Schouwenburg, 2004)
(as cited by Solomon & Rothblum, 1984)
(Beswick et al., 1988; Steel, Brothen, & Wambach, 2001; Tice & Baumeister, 1997; Van Eerde, 2003) (as cited by Moon & Illingworth, 2005)
Parental Authority...
Baumrind’s Typology of Parenting Styles (Baumrind, 1967)



Parental Relationships and Procrastination...
Permissive parents unintentionally
prevent important developmental opportunities


Adolescents reared from permissive family are associated with
low impulse control


In addition, evidences suggested that
procrastination is associated with low impulse control

Interestingly, parent’s education level is also
negatively correlated
with their child’s procrastination behaviors

The Current Study - Alex
The Relationship between
Perceived Parenting Style and Procrastination
on University Students
...

H1:
University students who perceive their parents as permissive parenting style

are more likely to have low impulse control
than students who perceive their parents as authoritative or authoritarian parenting style

H2:
Impulsivity
is
positively correlated with procrastination

H3:
University students who perceive their parents as permissive parenting style

are more likely to procrastinate
than students who perceive their parents as authoritative or authoritarian parenting style
The Study Design - Alex
Questionnaire
Study
Participants
~ 120 university students
Sample of convenience
Procedures
Demographic questions + 3 Psychological tests
~ 30 min.

Psychological Tests - Alex
Parental Authority Questionnaire (PAQ)
“As I was growing up with my mother/ father
did not allow me to question any decision
that she/ he had made.”
“My mother/ father has always
encouraged verbal give-and-take
whenever I have felt that family rules and restrictions were unreasonable.”
Reliability
Test-retest reliability: Range from
0.77-0.92
Internal consistency: Range from
0.74-0.87
Validity
Content validity:
Very good
Criterion-related validity and discriminant-related validity
confirmed some of the aspects in PAQ

Barratt Impulsiveness Scale (BIS-11)

Definition of Impulsivity
Impulsivity is a trait independent of anxiety, in which it includes
1)

Impulsive non-planning
, lacks of considerations for the future,
2)

motor impulsivity
, acting on the spur of the moment,
3)

attentional impulsivity
, the racing thoughts in focusing the task at hand
Sample Items


Reliability
Test-retest reliability: Spearman’s Rho:
0.83
Internal consistency:
0.83

Validity
Construct validity
Convergent validity:
Highly correlated with similar measures
Known-group validity:
Undergraduates were significantly different than men in a secured correctional facility

Psychological Tests - Alex (Cont.)
Psychological Tests - Alex (C nt.)
General Procrastination Scale (for Student Population)

Definition of Procrastination
“The tendency to postpone that which is necessary to reach some goal
.”
Sample Items


Reliability
Test-retest reliability:
0.80

Internal consistency:
0.82

Validity
Construct validity
Convergent validity confirmed about the aspects of procrastination behaviors
Results - Alex
The Current Study - Liane
The Relationship of Parent’s Early Involvement in their Child’s Education and Later Procrastination Behaviors at University…
H1:
Parents who have higher education
levels are
more likely to actively involve in their child’s education

than those who have a lower education levels
H2:
Parents’ involvement in students’ education during high school
is negatively correlated with
students’ procrastination in university
The Study Design - Liane
Questionnaire Study
Participants
~ 120
undergraduate students
Sample of convenience
Procedures
Demographic questions + 2 Psychological tests
~ 20 min.

Psychological Tests - Liane
Parenting Style and Parental Involvement (PSPI)

Definition of Parental Involvement
Parental involvement is defined by 3 specific dimensions: achievement values, interest in school work and involvement in school function
.
Sample Items


Reliability
Internal consistency: Range from
0.66 - 0.9
Validity
Construct validity:
Very good
Psychological Tests - Liane (Cont.)
General Procrastination Scale (for Student Population)

Definition of Procrastination
“The tendency to postpone that which is necessary to reach some goal
.”
Sample Items


Reliability
Test-retest reliability:
0.80

Internal consistency:
0.82

Validity
Construct validity
Convergent validity
confirmed about the aspects of procrastination behaviors

Results - Liane
Implications of Our Study...
Add knowledge to the existing procrastination research
Increase parents’ awareness
of their...
Parenting Style
Long-term Influences
Practical Implication
Widely applicable

Advantage vs. Limitati ns...
Advantages
We are
directly
examining the link between parental relationship and procrastination on
university students
Limitations
Many items
on our questionnaire
Perception
from students
may not truly reflect their parents
Other factors
can also influence procrastination behaviors

Adaptation
of the Psychological Test (PSPI)

Thank you :)
References…
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References… (Cont.)
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References… (Cont.)

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(Georgiou, 1999)(as cited by Tavani & Losh, 2003)
(Keith et al., 1998)
(Youniss & Smoller, 1985)
(as cited by Agliata & Renk, 2008)
(Rosário et al., 2009)
(Pychyl & Flett, 2012; Kennedy & Tuckman, 2013)
(Baumrind, 1991; Steinberg et al., 1994;
Patock-Peckham & Morgan Lopez, 2006)
(as cited by Coccia et al., 2012)
(Papalia, Olds & Feldman, 2009)
(Buri, 1991)
(Stanford & Barratt, 1995)
(Stanford & Barratt, 1995)
(Stanford & Barratt, 1995)
(Stanford et al., 2009)
(Stanford et al., 2009)
“I do not do assignments until just before they are to be handed in.”
“When it is time to get up in the morning, I most often get right of bed.”
“I plan tasks carefully.”
“I find it hard to sit still for long periods of time.”
(Lay, 1986)
(Lay, 1986)
(Ferrari, 1989) (as cited by Ferrari, 1992)
(Lay, 1986)
(Lay, 1986; Ferrari, 1992)
“My mother thinks that education is a very important part of adolescence.”
“When I get poor grades, my mother encourages me to try harder.”
(Paulson, 1994)
(Paulson, 1994)
(Lay, 1986)
(Lay, 1986)
“I do not do assignments until just before they are to be handed in.”
“When it is time to get up in the morning, I most often get right of bed.”
(Ferrari, 1989) (as cited by Ferrari, 1992)
(Lay, 1986; Ferrari, 1992)
E.g., task aversiveness, stress, etc.
Growing attention
to procrastination research since 2007

On-going debate
on the exact definition
Include the
negative emotions


Irrational nature
of delay

Adaptive procrastination



(Klassen, Krawchuk & Rajani, 2008; Pychyl & Flett, 2013)
(Corkin, Yu & Lint, 2011)
(Solomon & Rothblum, 1984)

(as cited by Corkin, Yu & Lint, 2011)
(Steel, 2007; Steel, 2010)
(Schraw et al., 2007)
(as cited by Corkin, Yu & Lint, 2011)
(as cited by Corkin, Yu & Lint, 2011)
The link between
parental relationship and procrastination remains largely uninvestigated


Only
3
studies
have been
directly examine
the relationship between parental authority and procrastination

However, participant population of these researches
All females


All from
middle school or high school



(Pychyl, Coplan, & Reid, 2002)
(i.e., Ferrari & Olivette, 1993; Ferrari & Olivette,

1994; Pychyl, Coplan, & Reid, 2002)
(as cited by Pychyl, Coplan, & Reid, 2002)
(Ferrari & Olivette, 1993; Ferrari & Olivette, 1994)
(Pychyl, Coplan, & Reid, 2002)
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