Research Paper About Procrastination Of Students
People tend to think of procrastination as coming from poor time management or laziness, but Ferrari’s research shows that procrastination stems from negative emotions that hijack your mood.
People who procrastinate are more likely to sleep poorly, have higher levels of anxiety and depression and lower immunity.
Research even shows that people who have cardiovascular disease or hypertension tend to procrastinate more.
A study conducted by Ferrari and Tice showed that men and women procrastinate equally. When asked to perform an identical task twice, those in the study would procrastinate for 60% of the time.