Night Owls Higher in Procrastination Than Morning Larks23rd Annual Association for Psychological Science Convention (2011)
AbstractThis study investigated the relationship between procrastination and preferred time of day to complete a task (night owls versus morning larks). It was hypothesized that night owls procrastinate more than morning larks. This was confirmed, but a ceiling effect was observed due to the restricted range of morningness-eveningness scores.
Publication DateMay 28, 2011
Citation InformationE. McGuire, T. Moffitt, Milton E. Becknell and Chi-en Hwang. "Night Owls Higher in Procrastination Than Morning Larks" 23rd Annual Association for Psychological Science Convention (2011)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/milton_becknell/33/