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Procrastination and Creativity: Creative Degrees Students' Experiences

04 November 2019

Are you a student working towards a creative arts degree? Are you interested in participating in a research study?
According to research 80-95% of students admit to having engaged in procrastination at one point or another.
Procrastination is typically viewed as maladaptive behaviour, however there are evidence that procrastination may be a legitimate learning strategy for some students and may even lead to a better creative performance. We would like to hear about your personal experiences


Ethical approval

This study has been approved by the Manchester Metropolitan University ethics committee.

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