M.A. School Psychology-Professional School Psychology
Special Educational Services/Instruction
College of Education
Higher Education | Student Counseling and Personnel Services
The purpose of this study was to explore a student's procrastination and how it relates to their motivation and self-esteem. Procrastination has been found in previous literature to be a prevalent behavior among college students, about 95% of students engage in procrastination. It was hypothesized that students who actively procrastinated would have a positive relationship with intrinsic motivation and high self-esteem. Three scales were administered to students in psychology classes at Rowan (n=69). Analysis revealed that no significant relationship was found between procrastination and intrinsic motivation or procrastination and self esteem. Implications for future research are discussed.
Rosetti, Lauren, "Procrastination behaviors in college students" (2011). Theses and Dissertations. 412.