ACADEMIC PROCRASTINATION IN RELATION TO GENDER AMONG GIFTED AND TALENTED COLLEGE STUDENTS
Islak, Ruhsan Burcu 1979-
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The aim of the study was to investigate to what extent gender predicts academic procrastination among gifted and talented college students. The study consisted of 35 honor college undergraduate students enrolled in a large urban university in Texas. A questionnaire packet was used for collecting data. It included a demographic data form and the Procrastination Assessment Scale-Students (PASS). The results of the t-test analysis for the total sample indicated that, gender was not a significant predictor of academic procrastination among gifted and talented students. Implications of the findings were discussed and some suggestions were made for further research.