Min Zheng En110 AWBTO Annotated Working Bibliography “Psychology of Procrastination: Why People Put Off Important Tasks Until the Last Minute.” Edited by Ferrario Joseph, American Psychological Association , American Psychological Association, 5 Apr. 2010, x . Five questions for Joseph Ferrari, PhD. Some part I likes to use are such as “As you have studied procrastination during your career, would you say that’s an accurate self-image or do Americans as a culture tend to put things off until the last minute?”, “Have the immediacies of modern technology helped reduce our procrastination or do they feed into people’s tendency to put things off?” and “What are the personality differences between people who dive in and get things done compared to those who look for every reason to avoid completing tasks?” There are small the answer for the person Joseph Ferrari, PhD. I likes how Joseph Ferrari, PhD answered. I may use some of his point or comment and Reacher about people seen the procrastination. Jaffe, Eric. “Why Wait? The Science Behind Procrastination.” Association for Psychological Science , Association for Psychological Science, 29 Mar. 2013, - behind-procrastination . it was basic talk about the Science Behind Procrastination. “With apologies to Hesiod, psychological researchers now recognize that there's far more to it than simply putting something off until tomorrow. ““True procrastination is a complicated failure of self-regulation:
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