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Student Procrastination

Seize the Day and Get More Work Done

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 144
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Student to Student

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01 May 2014

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Provides research based advice and practical suggestions to help students beat procrastination and perform better at university or college. Written by a recent graduate, the author gives students a chance to explore the root...

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Provides research based advice and practical suggestions to help students beat procrastination and perform better at university or college. Written by a recent graduate, the author gives students a chance to explore the root causes of procrastination and some of the best ways of eliminating it. With a combination of theory, practice, and case study stories and tips from other students, this book will help students seize the date and get more work done.

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Written by a recent graduate who students can relate to
Gives a solid explanation of the typical causes of procrastination to help students identify and understand their habits
Provides practical advice and motivational content to help students beat procrastination and perform better
Approach based on a firsthand understanding of student experiences, as well as scientific research

Preface.- 1. Introduction.- 2. What is Procrastination?.- 3. Probability of Payoff.- 4. Pursuit of Pleasure.- 5. Prevention of Pain.- 6. Postponement of Punishment (Or Payoff).- 7. Competent and Confident.- 8. Motivation.- 9. Willpower.- 10. Focus and Attention.- 11. Goals and Planning.- 12. Counterintuitive Strategies.- 13. Conclusion.- Appendix 1: Student Tips Montage.- Appendix 2: Infographic – The Four Ps of Procrastination.- Acknowledgements.- Bibliography and Further Reading.- Index.
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Michael Tefula is a former student of the University of Birmingham, UK. He is the author of How to Get a First: Insights and Advice From a First-Class Graduate.

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Michael Tefula is a former student of the University of Birmingham, UK. He is the author of How to Get a First: Insights and Advice From a First-Class Graduate.

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