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An Analysis of Middle School Students' Academic procrastination on Their Academic Achievement
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An Analysis of Middle School Students' Academic procrastination on Their Academic Achievement
LEE, Shin-Sook;
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 Abstract
This study aims to examine the effects of academic procrastination in middle school students on their academic achievement. It also analyzed the influences of stress level recognized by middle school students on their academic achievement. First, it examined theoretical and preceding studies and assumed that sub-factors of academic procrastination in middle school students such as behavioral, cognitive and emotional factors affected their academic achievement. It was assumed that the middle school students' stress had the direct mediating effects on their academic achievement. As a result of the research, it was found that sub-factors of academic procrastination in middle school students such as behavioral, cognitive and emotional factors had partially direct influence on their stress and academic achievement. It was shown that the analysis of mediating effects from middle school students' stress had no influence on the academic achievement. This study presented policy suggestions of academic achievement in middle school students as an alternative based on the research results.
 Keywords
academic procrastination;stress;academic achievement;behavioral factors;cognitive factors;emotional factors;
 Language
Korean
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