Document Type

Article

Publication Date

2-17-2016

Publication Title

Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice

Volume

53

Issue

1

First Page

90

Last Page

104

DOI

10.1080/19496591.2016.1110036

Keywords

academic procrastination, Asian international students

Abstract

This study examined the relationships among acculturative stress, coping styles, self-efficacy, English language proficiency, and various demographic characteristics as predictors of procrastination behavior in Asian International students (N = 255) studying in the United States. Results of multiple logistic regression indicated that a collective coping style, avoidant coping style, academic self-efficacy, and English language proficiency were the significant predictors of academic procrastination in non-Indian Asian international students. Implications for college student affairs professionals and researchers are addressed.

Comments

This article was first published in the Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice, copyright Taylor and Francis. Available at: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/19496591.2016.1110036

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