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Academic procrastination includes failing to perform an activity within the desired time frame or postponing until the last minute activities one ultimately intends to complete. As such, high levels of procrastination appear inconsistent with the behaviors typically attributed to self-regulated learners. However, research exploring the relation between these 2 constructs is lacking. Two studies (N ϭ 168 and N ϭ 152) examining procrastination and its relation to several key components ofdoi:10.1037//0022-06126.96.36.199 fatcat:lgqa6fw4qjgzpdnpalvsqsbsr4