JUNITA SIPAHELUT, BERTA ICE LEATEMIA
Abstract: This study outlines the relationship between achievement motivation and academic procrastination at college students. The focus of the research was the students of Institut Agama Kristen Negeri that involved 100 students. Achievement motivation variables consist of for indicators namely responsibility, creativity, value, and passion. Medium procrastination variables include perceived time, intention-action gap, emotional distress, and perceived ability. The researcher analyzed the data with Product Moment correlation techniques from Karl Pearson. The results showed that there was a relationship between achievement motivation and academic procrastination on students. Students with high motivation for achievement will complete the task on time or avoid procrastination.
Index Terms: College student, procrastinate, achievement
IJSDR – Interntional Journal of Scientific Development and Research
Volume 3, Issue 12, Page 145 – 148