iProcrastinate Podcast

Dr. Timothy A. Pychyl, associate professor of psychology and director of the Procrastination Research Group (Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada), provides a series of short talks, interviews and question/answer podcasts that explain why we procrastinate and what we can do about it. An award winning educator, Dr. Pychyl challenges his listeners to explore their daily choices to act or postpone acting on their intentions. Do we head to the gym as intended, or slouch back on the couch thinking "I'll feel more like a workout tomorrow"? Do we tackle the task now, or do we avoid it arguing to ourselves that "I work better under pressure"? From losing 10 pounds to changing personal habits, Pychyl, a personality psychologist, focuses on the breakdown of intentional action - a problem commonly called procrastination. This series expands on three main themes: 1) irrational delay that sabotages personal productivity, 2) personality attributes that contribute to self-defeating behaviours, and 3) situational factors that undermine our ability to take or sustain action...

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Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 41m. Bisher sind 135 Folge(n) erschienen. Dieser Podcast erscheint jede zweite Woche
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Academic procrastination and graduate school


New habits as a foundation to success


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 2018-12-19  51m
 
 

ADHD , Executive Functions & Procrastination: An interesting new study


Is it procrastination or some other form of delay?


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 2018-06-20  49m
 
 

episode 3: Ending the Procrastination Habit


A personal story of change


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 2017-11-08  51m
 
 
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 2017-03-31  48m
 
 

Waiting for the Right Place and Right Time


A researcher explains the belief content correlates of academic procrastination


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 2017-02-01  1h4m
 
 

"Facebocrastination?" - Procrastination and Facebook


Does social media put us at risk for procrastination?


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 2016-08-17  59m
 
 

Active Procrastination: Clarifying the Concept


Challenging the construct validity of "active procrastination"


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 2016-07-15  45m
 
 

Acceptance & Commitment Therapy


A promising intervention approach to procrastination


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 2016-03-02  53m
 
 

I don't feel like it! I don't want to!


Motivation and procrastination


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 2016-01-08  40m
 
 

Not All Delay is Procrastination


Defining six types of delay


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 2015-09-10  1h15m