Individual Differences and Academic Behavior

Show simple item record Morford, Zachary H. en_US 2008-05-22T17:09:01Z 2008-05-22T17:09:01Z 2008-05-05 en_US
dc.description.abstract SUMMARY This study investigates the relationship between procrastination and goal-setting behaviors. Undergraduate students (20 male, 24 female) completed a measure of the Five-Factor Model of personality (Mini-Markers) a test of procrastination (PASS), the Achievement Goal Questionnaire, a goal commitment questionnaire for a specific goal and a goal commitment questionnaire for a non-specific goal. In addition, a measure was created for this study that measures how many incidents of being late the students have had this semester. Also, the students completed three situational questions measuring academic procrastination tendencies. en_US
dc.publisher Georgia Institute of Technology en_US
dc.subject Goal setting en_US
dc.subject Individual differences en_US
dc.subject Achievement en_US
dc.subject Procrastination en_US
dc.title Individual Differences and Academic Behavior en_US
dc.type Undergraduate Thesis en_US
dc.contributor.department Psychology en_US
dc.description.advisor Faculty Mentor: Kanfer, Ruth en_US

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