The Social Sciences

Year: 2015
Volume: 10
Issue: 5
Page No. 576 - 581

Student Self-Ratio on Reasonable Levels of Academic Procrastination

Authors : Galina Gotfridovna Aleksandrova

Abstract: Current study offers theoretical underpinning of academic procrastination problem under consideration in University students' environment against student self-ratio phenomena. An assumption has been made concerning students' self-ratio procrastination aptitude nature: this nature will have its aspects, caused, notably, by evident risk appetite. In order to confirm the assumption an empirical study of self-ratio rates and risk appetite in various student groups with different academic procrastination level has been performed. We used psycho-diagnostics and mathematical statistics method for empirical data treatment. General results of empirical research held by the author are presented in this study. These results state: self-ratio of students with low and average academic procrastination level is generally positive and well-formed and its positivity level is inversely proportional to students' distinctive procrastination aptitude in relation to student procrastination intussusception as factor non grata; self-ratio of students with high academic procrastination level is characterized by low integration level and variability of self-sufficiency and risk appetite such academic procrastination bears defensive nature as evidenced by direct correlation with self-respect, risk appetite, procrastination and ego social desirability current research and attained results may serve as reference points for developing psychological correction programs for students with procrastination aptitude.

How to cite this article:

Galina Gotfridovna Aleksandrova , 2015. Student Self-Ratio on Reasonable Levels of Academic Procrastination. The Social Sciences, 10: 576-581.

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