The Role of Personality Disorders and Characterological Tendencies in Procrastination
Throughout this volume we have noted that procrastinators differ in emotional, cognitive, and behavioral domains compared to nonprocrastinators. Research findings reported in several Chapters indicate positive relations between procrastination and a wide variety of variables such as depression, forgetfulness, disorganization, dysfunctional impulsivity, sensation-seeking, perfectionism, noncompetitiveness, and decreased energy and self-control.
KeywordsPersonality Disorder Anger Expression Perfectionistic Cognition Nonclinical Sample Anger Suppression
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