Relationship between Academic Self-efficacy and Academic Procrastination of Art Collage Student
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Understand the current situation of academic self-efficacy and academic procrastination of art college students and explore the relationship between academic procrastination and academic self-efficacy. In this study, 397 art college students were asked to questionnaire with academic procrastination and academic self-efficacy. The results show that art college students have higher academic self-efficacy and there are significant differences in grades and whether they are class cadres. Besides, there is no significant difference in gender, profession, place of origin and whether they are only child. The academic procrastination of art college students belongs to the occasional delay, between non-procrastinators and mild procrastinators. There are significant differences in gender and grade. However, there is no significant difference in the profession, the source of students, whether it is the only child and whether it is a class cadre. There is a negative correlation between the academic self-efficacy and academic procrastination of art college students.
Art College Students; Academic Self-Efficacy; Academic Procrastination