Zewnętrzna lokalizacja kontroli jako mediator związku neurotyczności i zachowań prokrastynacyjnych studentów

Katarzyna Markiewicz

Streszczenie w języku polskim


Zagadnienie prokrastynacji, rozumianej jako nieuzasadnione odkładanie wykonania koniecznych zadań, budzi zainteresowanie wielu badaczy. Sugerują oni, że jest to zjawisko powszechne w populacji osób studiujących. Prezentowane badania mają na celu określenie roli czynnika umiejscowienie kontroli w relacji między cechami osobowości a prokrastynacją. Uczestnikami badań było 62 studentów II roku, reprezentujących trzy kierunki studiów. Przeprowadzone analizy mediacyjne pokazują złożony charakter zjawiska. Stwierdzono, że umiejscowienie kontroli pozwala na przewidywanie zachowań prokrastynacyjnych i może być ważnym mediatorem między neurotycznością a prokrastynacją w wymiarze ogólnym.


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prokrastynacja; osobowość; poczucie umiejscowienia kontroli

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17951/j.2017.30.3.161
Data publikacji: 2018-01-17 10:12:16
Data złożenia artykułu: 2017-04-22 19:29:11

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