Zachowania prokrastynacyjne młodzieży gimnazjalnej, licealnej i studenckiej – analiza porównawcza

Katarzyna Markiewicz

Abstrakt

Procrastination Behaviors in Students of Junior High School, High School, and University: A Comparative Analysis

Procrastination studies have a very short history in Poland, even though the data reveal a significant increase of procrastinators both among the students and the general population. The results of the present study concern the interrelations between age, gender, and the tendency to procrastinate. Three educational stages (junior high school, high school, and university) were taken into account.
The study was carried out with the use of the PSS questionnaire of Steel (2010) adapted by Stępień and Cieciuch with corrections suggested by Marlena Stępień and Ewa Topolewska (2014). The highest rates of procrastination were noted in the high school students and the lowest ones in the junior high school students. Moreover, the rate of procrastination behaviors was higher in girls than in boys on both those educational levels. That tendency gets reversed only on the university level and solely in the non-adaptive aspect of procrastination.

Słowa kluczowe: prokrastynacja, płeć, poziom edukacji, dojrzewanie, zmiana rozwojowa
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