Volume 12 No 1 (2020): International Journal of Early Childhood Special Education
Personal conditions associated with procrastination in university students
Patricia Gladys Chávez-Ortiz, Gustavo Rodolfo Buendia Vila, Ángel Salvatierra Melgar, Janet Josco Mendoza
Keywords: academic procrastination; sex; age; college of origin; University students
The objective of this study was to establish the association between personal conditioning factors and academic procrastination in 710 students aged 16 and 35 (51.1% men and 48.9% women) from the first to the tenth cycle of two universities located in Lima. Was used the quantitative approach, the research design was nonexperimental cross-sectional. For this, the Procrastination Assessment Scale- Students (PASS) test was administered, the statistical test chosen for the results: Chi square. The results showed that procrastination is associated with the sex, age and college of origin of university students.
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