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The following is the Table of Contents for the special issue of the Journal of Social Behavior and Personality (Vol. 15, No. 5) - Procrastination: Current Issues and New Directions - Edited by Joseph R. Ferrari & Timothy A. Pychyl - Published, Summer 2000 (see bottom of page for pdf version of Table of Contents).

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Procrastination:
Current Issues and New Directions

A special issue of the Journal of Social Behavior and Personality

 

Vol. 15, No. 5

Foreword vii

SITUATIONAL PROCASTINATION

Correlates and Consequences of Behavioral
Procrastination: The Effects of Academic Procrastination,
Self-Consciousness, Self-Esteem and Self-Handicapping
3

Brett L. Beck, Susan R. Koons, and Debra L. Milgrim

Putting off Until Tomorrow What is Better Done Today:
Academic Procrastination as a Function of Motivation
Toward College Work
15

Sheila Brownlow and Renee D. Reasinger

Academic Procrastination, Perfectionism, and Control:
Associations with Vigilant and Avoidant Coping
35

Lawrence R. Burns, Katherine Dittmann, Ngoc-Loan Nguyen,
and Jacqueline K. Mitchelson

Competing Demands and Complimentary Motives:
Procrastination on Intrinsically and Extrinsically
Motivated Summer Projects
47

Regina Conti

Eveningness Predicts Academic Procrastination:
The Mediating Role of Neuroticism
61

Brian Hess, Martin F. Sherman, and Mark Goodman

When Socially Induced Temporal Myopia Interferes
with Academic Goal-Setting
75

Terell P. Lasane and James M. Jones

Academic Procrastination and Self-Handicapping:
Gender Differences in Response to Noncontingent Feedback
87

Cheryl L. Meyer

Academic Procrastinators and Perfectionistic Tendencies
Among Graduate Students
103

Anthony J. Onwuegbuzie

Academic Procrastination of Adolescents in English and
Mathematics: Gender and Personality Variations
111

Anthony M. Owens and Ian Newbegin

Academic Procrastination by Nontraditional Students 125

Vincent Prohaska, Peter Morrill, Iraida Atiles,
and Alfredo Perez

Procrastination and the Planning Fallacy: An Examination
of the Study Habits of University Students
135

Timothy A. Pychyl, Richard W. Morin, and Brian R. Salmon

 

DISPOSITIONAL PROCASTINATION

Procrastination, Blame, and Change 153

William J. Knaus

Procrastination: A Means of Avoiding Shame or Guilt? 167

Ronda L. Fee and June P. Tangney

Procrastination and Attention: Factor Analysis of
Attention Deficit, Boredomness, Intelligence,
Self-Esteem, and Task Delay Frequencies
185

Joseph R. Ferrari

Time Orientations of Procrastinators:
Focusing on the Past, Present, or Future?
197

Marc H. Specter and Joseph R. Ferrari

Does Procrastination Mediate the Relationship between
Optimism and Subsequent Stress?
203

Todd Jackson, Karen E. Weiss, and Jesse J. Lundquist

The Relationship Between Job Characteristics and
Workplace Procrastination as Moderated by
Locus of Control
213

Jennifer M. Lonergan and Karen J. Maher

Decisional and Behavioral Procrastination:
How They Relate to Self-Discrepancies
225

Lucía E. Orellana-Damacela, R. Scott Tindale, and
Yolanda Suárez-Balcázar

Five Days of Emotion:
An Experience Sampling Study of Undergraduate
Student Procrastination
239

Timothy A. Pychyl, Jonathan M. Lee, Rachelle Thibodeau,
and Allan Blunt

The Recall of Completed and Noncompleted Tasks
Through Daily Logs to Measure Procrastination
255

Steven J. Scher and Joseph R. Ferrari

Procrastination in Job-Seeking: An Analysis of Motivational Processes and Feelings of Hopelessness 267

Caroline Senécal and Frédéric Guay

Wishful Thinking and Procrastination 283

Harold Sigall, Arie Kruglanski, Jack Fyock

Trait Procrastinators and
Behavior/Trait-Specific Cognitions
297

Murray Stainton, Clarry H. Lay, and Gordon L. Flett

 

Name Index 313

Subject Index 323

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