"There are various social, personality and psychological causes of procrastination, all of which can be individually identified, assessed, treated and overcome. It is crucial for one's physical and psychological health to treat and overcome this irrational self-sabotaging behaviour. While there are numerous causes of and treatments for procrastination, the most important step to overcoming procrastination is to become self aware of any procrastinator tendencies.
This book is so written that you not only become educated about procrastination but also able to measure yourself on the various psychological variables which lead to procrastinating behaviour. This book helps you identify those variables and suggests remedial measures to practise and adopt. In fact, this book is about the psychology of procrastination and the procrastinator. So, take full advantage of the various tests and read into your mind. Get a clear and vivid picture of your psyche, analyse it and make necessary amendments as suggested. If you follow the advice given until it becomes a habit, you not only will be leaving procrastination far behind but also end up improving upon your personality and have a better mental health.
About the Author(s)
"Amit Abraham is the Head of the Postgraduate Department of Psychology at St. John's College, Agra. He is actively involved in various offbeat research works related to the human psyche and is also supervising various research works. His Ph.D. is in the area of personality as determined and influenced by the Zodiac signs of individuals.
Dr Abraham has done extensive work on human sexuality and sexual attitudes. He has developed scales for the measurement of attitudes towards premarital sex, polygamy, pornography, lesbianism, and homosexuality as well as for the measurement of values, vocational interest, procrastination and self monitoring. He has published various research papers and articles in diverse areas in journals, magazines and newspapers and has also authored various books, which include textbooks.