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Angélica Garzón Umerenkova

Javier Gil Flores

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Resumen

La procrastinación constituye un fallo de las conductas autorregulatorias que conlleva efectos negativos a nivel académico. Analizamos el valor de la gestión del tiempo como variable predictora de la procrastinación, estudiando una muestra de 494 estudiantes universitarios colombianos de primer año, que fueron clasificados en dos grupos en función de su grado de procrastinación académica. Hemos recogido información sobre sus conductas de gestión del tiempo, medidas a través de una versión española del Time Management Behavior Questionnaire (TMBQ). Tras construir un modelo de regresión logística, las puntuaciones en la sub-escala establecimiento de objetivos y prioridades junto con percepción sobre el control del tiempo, resultan ser buenas predictoras del nivel de procrastinación, a diferencia de herramientas para la gestión del tiempo o preferencias por la desorganización. Entre las características demográficas (sexo, edad y dedicación), juega un papel relevante la condición de estudiante con dedicación compartida entre estudio y trabajo.

Keywords

procrastinación, gestión del tiempo, educación superior, alumnado no tradicionalprocrastination, time management, higher education

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Garzón Umerenkova, A., & Gil Flores, J. (2017). Gestión del tiempo y procrastinación en la educación superior. Universitas Psychologica, 16(3), 1-13. https://doi.org/10.11144/Javeriana.upsy16-3.gtpe
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