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Article Published In Vol.11 (Jan-Feb 2023)

Effect of psychological capital on Adaptive Perfectionism and Academic Procrastination of undergraduate students in the Delhi NCR region

Pages : 95-101, DOI:

Author : Sidhi Yadav and Prof. Richa Dwivedi

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This study shows the effect of psychological capital of understudies’ adaptive perfectionism and academic procrastination on college understudies between the age gathering of 18 to 25. School life of an understudy is altogether different from the school life where understudies deal with loads of issue like they attempt to fussbudget or in view of their willing they experience the ill effects of the propensity for delaying. Three scales were utilized there the action the factors which are Frost Multidimensional Perfectionism Scale, Psychological capital survey by Luthans, General procrastination scale by Lay (1986).204 understudies were chosen from both government and confidential colleges. As the outcomes show understudies the people who are high in academic procrastination at times experiences dawdling too. In psychological capital and academic procrastination there exist a negative corelation between both which is – .145* at 0.05 level (2 followed) and whose who are high is psychological capital are high in adaptive perfectionism too which is .059 at 0.05 level (2 followed). The disclosures of the investigation may steady for the methodology makers to introduce a couple of new frameworks to work on the overall population.

Keywords: Psychological capital, academic procrastination & adaptive perfectionism



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