مدى انتشار سلوكات المماطلة والتأجيل عند طلبة الجامعة واالختالف في ذلك تبعا لكل من جنسهم وتخصصاتهم ومستواهم الدراسي ومعدالتهم التراكمية *

أ.د. أحمد سليمان الزغاليل

Abstract
This study aimed at assessing the prevalence and practice of academic
procrastination among university students, as well as to know the extent of
the differences in their behaviors and practices toward this phenomenon in
accordance to their gender, specializations, academic level, and grand point
average (GPA). A sample of (442) student from Mutah university was
randomly selected in order to achieve the goals of the study. To achieve the
goals of this study, Aitken Academic Procrastination Scale was used to
collect the data for this study (Aitkin, 1982). Results of the study showed
the presence of a moderate level of such behaviors and practices with regard
to academic procrastination among university students. The results, also,
showed no statistically significant differences in behaviors and practices of
procrastination among university students in accordance to their sex,
specializations or academic level. On the other hand, the results showed a
statistically significance differences in behaviors and practices toward
procrastination among university students regarding their grand point
average (GPA) between students with a (weak) GPA, and those with an
(excellent) GPA, in favor of those who are with the (weak) GPA. As well as
between students with a (good) GPA, and students with an (excellent) GPA,

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