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PROCRASTINATION

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Transcript of PROCRASTINATION

PROCRASTINATION
Introduction
General meaning
Putting off essential tasks until a later time
CONCLUSION
Research Questions
What
is procrastination? Cindy
Methodology
Primary Research
Why
people choose to do less important tasks before doing urgent tasks? Gavin
What are the
impacts
of procrastination now and in the future? Eli
What are the
solutions
to these procrastination lifestyle?
-6 weeks of research
-Online Survey (Survey Monkey): 100 participants, mostly students aged 18-21, our group made the survey questions together and share it via social media (Facebook)
-Interview (Psychology Expert): Dr. Keong Yap, RMIT psychology teacher, Eli interviewed and Gavin, Oliver, Cindy recorded
Secondary Research
-Procrastination (Book by Burka and Yuen 2008)
What are the causes of procrastination
<Procrastination>
by Jane B. Burka and Lenora M. Yuen

-Competitive Society
-Fear of Failure and Success
-The Comfort Zone
-Objective Time and Subjective Time
-Biological Factors
-Research papers (Via google scholar)
Rothblum, Solomon and Murakumi 1986
"Student Procrastinators are more likely to feel
anxious
through semester"
Baumeister, Heatherton, and Tice 1994
"Less stress and
anxiety
in the start of the semester, but
suffer more
in the end"
Procrastination Research Group 2005
"8460 out of 9000 participants agree procrastination give
bad influences to their happiness
"
Deiz, Traz, and Avdogan 2009; Pychyl 2009
"Procrastinators tend to have
low score of Emotional Intelligence
(EQ)"
Sokolowska and Zusbo 2006
"Certain students use procrastination as a strategy to
handle multiple responsibilities
"
Tice and Baumeister 1997
"Procrastination gives a
short-term benefit
. In the end, student procrastinator will suffer more and often get lower grades"
Conclusion
What are the impacts of procrastination to people's life?
Negative Impacts
1. Negative effects > Positive effects
2. Negative:
-Cannot prioritize tasks
-Belief that you are not competent
-Bad mood, anxiety, bad behavior
-Harm your life
3. Solution is needed
Recommendation
1. Further Research:
Higher number of Participants
Different Universities
2. Find a solution to battle procrastination
Interview
Interview
Definition
Existing Forms
Causes
Impacts
Solutions
Recommendations
(Survey Monkey)
(Survey Monkey)
What is

“Procrastination’s basic message: A tendency to be tardy is neither a bad habit nor moral failing [but]
a ‘complex psychological problem’ caused by fear.”
—U.S. News and World Report
Interview
?
THE CYCLE OF PROCRASTINATION
''I’ll start early this time.”
“I’ve got to start soon.”
“There’s still time.”
“There’s something wrong with me.”
The Final Choice: To Do or Not to Do
“I’ll never procrastinate again!”
a. “I should have started sooner.”
b. “I’m doing everything but . . .’’
c. “I can’t enjoy anything.”
“What if I don’t start?”


a.“I can’t wait any longer.”
b. “This isn’t so bad. Why didn’t I start sooner?”
c. “Just get it done!”


a.“I can’t stand this!”
b. “Why bother?”
What are the solutions to these procrastination lifestyles?
Interview
Dr. Keong Yap, RMIT psychology teacher
Primary research
Dr Keong Yap
Senior Lecturer
Staff of RMIT
PROCRASTINATION, Jane B. Burka, PhD & Lenora M. Yuen, PhD
Average:
6.99
Positive Impacts
(Separation and Intimacy)
Solution( Depend on causes)
Causes:
- Fear of Failure and Success
- Not good at it
- No enough time to do it
Solution:
- Confidence!!!
- Just do it ( as soon as possible)
Part 1
Part 2
Causes:
- Not urgent
- Too many tasks(Too busy)
Solution:
- Being a smart planner
- Time Management
- Write a list(things to do)


Part 3
Causes:
- Negative energy in the life
Solution:
- Positive energy
- people
- books& movies

Students' opinion
Experts' opinion
Environment
Psychological and Genetic Factors
Procrastination
+
=
How do I tell if I am procrastinating?

Is procrastination genetic?

What does people experience mentally in the process of procrastination?
=
Conclusion
Understanding Procrastination
Is procrastination genetic?
Part 3
Causes:
- Negative energy
- procrastinator
Solution:
- Positive energy
- people
- books& movies
The differentiate between true procrastination and simply putting things off either because they don’t have time to do everything or because they’re naturally relaxed and low-keyed.This is an important distinction. One way to tell whether procrastination is a problem for you is whether you find it
troublesome
.
PROCRASTINATION, Jane B. Burka, PhD & Lenora M. Yuen, PhD
"Procrastination undergo a sequence of thought, feelings, and behaviors."
PROCRASTINATION, Jane B. Burka, PhD & Lenora M. Yuen, PhD
Dr. Keong from RMIT
Reason we choose this topic
helpful for our group as students and all people in the current society
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