Welcome to the Procrastinus website! We are in the process of upgrading by making it about more than procrastination. As part of a larger scientific effort, we are here to provide the best available measures on all aspects of who you are, including procrastination. I’ve transferred most of the former site to the procrastination tab above, but later check out our Survey Center above to see what we have right now and expect ever more from us in the future. 

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    1. Its about impulsiveness primarily, then value (how people frame an activity to see as fun or boring) and then finally self-confidence. You can argue for atypical procrastinators if you like, such as the anxiety prone, but I think that is just value related.

      1. Thanks for your kind reply Master Steel: In this point I am wondering about some basic things: which would be the weighting of the different levels of factors? also motivational related to impulsivity and cognitive related to expectations and assessments of achievement?; what about the role of learning process and in particular mechanisms of classical or operant conditioning in the begining or mantenance of this behavior?; and three, that paper you give to the language literalness and verbal instruccions as factors of these behaviour?, big greeting from Argentina of your follower

      2. Thank you very much Master Steel! I’ll check it and then maybe I will write to you again .. Best regards …

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