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Understanding Procrastination

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VIDEO: Tackling Procrastination—it’s easier, and more valuable, than you think

  • Ainslie, G., and N. Haslam. “Self-Control.” In Choice over Time, edited by G. Loewenstein and J. Elster NY: Russell Sage Foundation, 1992.
  • Boice, Robert. Procrastination and Blocking. Westport, CT: Praeger, 1996.
  • Chu, Angela, and Jin Nam Choi. “Rethinking Procrastination: Positive Effects of ‘Active’ Procrastination Behavior on Attitudes and Performance.” Journal of Social Psychology 145, no. 3 (2005): 245-64.
  • Duhigg, Charles. The Power of Habit. NY: Random House, 2012.
  • Ellenbogen, J.M., P.T. Hu, J.D. Payne, D. Titone, and M.P. Walker. “Human Relational Memory Requires Time and Sleep.” PNAS 104, no. 18 (2007): 7723-28.
  • Emmett, Rita. The Procrastinator’s Handbook. NY: Walker & Company, 2000.
  • Emsley, J. The Elements of Murder. NY: Oxford University Press, 2005.
  • Fiore, Neil A. The Now Habit. NY: Penguin, 2007.
  • Graham, Paul. “Good and Bad Procrastination.”
  • Lyons, I.M., and S.L. Beilock. “When Math Hurts: Math Anxiety Predicts Pain Network Activation in Anticipation of Doing Math.” PLoS ONE 7, no. 10 (2012): e48076.
  • Partnoy, F. Wait. NY: PublicAffairs, 2012.
  • Steel, Piers. “The Nature of Procrastination: A Meta-Analytic and Theoretical Review of Quintessential Self-Regulatory Failure.” Psychological Bulletin 133, no. 1 (Jan 2007): 65-94.
  • ———. The Procrastination Equation. NY: Random House, 2010.
  • Tice, D.M., and R.F. Baumeister. “Longitudinal Study of Procrastination, Performance, Stress, and Health: The Costs and Benefits of Dawdling.” Psychological Science 8, no. 6 (1997): 454-58.

Video: Zombies Everywhere: Digging Deeper to Understand the Habit of Procrastination

  • Boice, Robert. Procrastination and Blocking. Westport, CT: Praeger, 1996.
  • Duhigg, Charles. The Power of Habit. NY: Random House, 2012.
  • Fiore, Neil A. The Now Habit. NY: Penguin, 2007.
  • McClain, Dylan Loeb. “Harnessing the Brain’s Right Hemisphere to Capture Many Kings.” New York Times, Jan 24 2011.
  • Steel, Piers. “The Nature of Procrastination: A Meta-Analytic and Theoretical Review of Quintessential Self-Regulatory Failure.” Psychological Bulletin 133, no. 1 (Jan 2007): 65-94.
  • ———. The Procrastination Equation. NY: Random House, 2010.
  • Wan, X., H. Nakatani, K. Ueno, T. Asamizuya, K. Cheng, and K. Tanaka. “The Neural Basis of Intuitive Best Next-Move Generation in Board Game Experts.” Science 331, no. 6015 (Jan 21 2011): 341-6.

Video: Surf’s Up! Process versus Product

  • Boice, Robert. Procrastination and Blocking. Westport, CT: Praeger, 1996.
  • Duhigg, Charles. The Power of Habit. NY: Random House, 2012.
  • Ericsson, K Anders, Michael J Prietula, and Edward T Cokely. “The Making of an Expert.” Harvard Business Review85, no. 7/8 (2007): 114.
  • Fiore, Neil A. The Now Habit. NY: Penguin, 2007.
  • McClain, Dylan Loeb. “Harnessing the Brain’s Right Hemisphere to Capture Many Kings.” New York Times, Jan 24 2011.
  • Steel, Piers. “The Nature of Procrastination: A Meta-Analytic and Theoretical Review of Quintessential Self-Regulatory Failure.” Psychological Bulletin 133, no. 1 (Jan 2007): 65-94.
  • ———. The Procrastination Equation. NY: Random House, 2010.
  • Wan, X., H. Nakatani, K. Ueno, T. Asamizuya, K. Cheng, and K. Tanaka. “The Neural Basis of Intuitive Best Next-Move Generation in Board Game Experts.” Science 331, no. 6015 (Jan 21 2011): 341-6.

Video: Harnessing Your Zombies to help You

  • Boice, Robert. Procrastination and Blocking. Westport, CT: Praeger, 1996.
  • Duhigg, Charles. The Power of Habit. NY: Random House, 2012.
  • Fiore, Neil A. The Now Habit. NY: Penguin, 2007.
  • McClain, Dylan Loeb. “Harnessing the Brain’s Right Hemisphere to Capture Many Kings.” New York Times, Jan 24 2011.
  • Steel, Piers. “The Nature of Procrastination: A Meta-Analytic and Theoretical Review of Quintessential Self-Regulatory Failure.” Psychological Bulletin 133, no. 1 (Jan 2007): 65-94.
  • ———. The Procrastination Equation. NY: Random House, 2010.
  • Wan, X., H. Nakatani, K. Ueno, T. Asamizuya, K. Cheng, and K. Tanaka. “The Neural Basis of Intuitive Best Next-Move Generation in Board Game Experts.” Science 331, no. 6015 (Jan 21 2011): 341-6.

Video: Juggling Life and Learning

  • Boice, Robert. Procrastination and Blocking. Westport, CT: Praeger, 1996.
  • Duhigg, Charles. The Power of Habit. NY: Random House, 2012.
  • Fiore, Neil A. The Now Habit.NY: Penguin, 2007.
  • McClain, Dylan Loeb. “Harnessing the Brain’s Right Hemisphere to Capture Many Kings.” New York Times, Jan 24 2011.
  • Newport, Cal. How to Become a Straight-a Student: The Unconventional Strategies Real College Students Use to Score High While Studying Less.New York, NY: Random House, 2006.
  • ———. So Good They Can’t Ignore You.NY: Business Plus, 2012.
  • Scullin, M. K., and M. A. McDaniel. “Remembering to Execute a Goal: Sleep on It!” Psychological Science21, no. 7 (Jul 2010): 1028-35.
  • Steel, Piers. “The Nature of Procrastination: A Meta-Analytic and Theoretical Review of Quintessential Self-Regulatory Failure.” Psychological Bulletin 133, no. 1 (Jan 2007): 65-94.
  • ———. The Procrastination Equation. NY: Random House, 2010.
  • Wan, X., H. Nakatani, K. Ueno, T. Asamizuya, K. Cheng, and K. Tanaka. “The Neural Basis of Intuitive Best Next-Move Generation in Board Game Experts.” Science331, no. 6015 (Jan 21 2011): 341-6.

Video: Diving Deeper into Memory

  • Baddeley, Alan, Michael W. Eysenck, and Michael C. Anderson. NY: Psychology Press, 2009.
  • Ellenbogen, J.M., P.T. Hu, J.D. Payne, D. Titone, and M.P. Walker. “Human Relational Memory Requires Time and Sleep.” PNAS104, no. 18 (2007): 7723-28.
  • Ericsson, K.A., and R.W. Roring. “Memory as a Fully Integrated Aspect of Skilled and Expert Performance.”Psychology of Learning and Motivation48 (2007): 351-80.
  • Foer, J. Moonwalking with Einstein.NY: Penguin, 2011.
  • Guida, A., F. Gobet, H. Tardieu, and S. Nicolas. “How Chunks, Long-Term Working Memory and Templates Offer a Cognitive Explanation for Neuroimaging Data on Expertise Acquisition: A Two-Stage Framework.” Brain and Cognition79, no. 3 (Aug 2012): 221-44.
  • Leutner, D., C. Leopold, and E. Sumfleth. “Cognitive Load and Science Text Comprehension: Effects of Drawing and Mentally Imaging Text Content.” Computers in Human Behavior 25 (2009): 284-89.
  • Levin, J.R., M.E. Levin, L.D. Glasman, and M.B. Nordwall. “Mnemonic Vocabulary Instruction: Additional Effectiveness Evidence.” Contemporary Educational Psychology 17, no. 2 (1992): 156-74.
  • Logan, Jessica M., Alan D. Castel, Sara Haber, and Emily J. Viehman. “Metacognition and the Spacing Effect: The Role of Repetition, Feedback, and Instruction on Judgments of Learning for Massed and Spaced Rehearsal.”Metacognition and Learning 7, no. 3 (2012): 175-95.
  • Longcamp, Marieke, Céline Boucard, Jean-Claude Gilhodes, Jean-Luc Anton, Muriel Roth, Bruno Nazarian, and Jean-Luc Velay. “Learning through Hand- or Typewriting Influences Visual Recognition of New Graphic Shapes: Behavioral and Functional Imaging Evidence.” Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 20, no. 5 (2008/05/01 2008): 802-15.
  • Maguire, E.A., D.G. Gadian, I.S. Johnsrude, C.D. Good, J. Ashburner, R.S.J. Frackowiak, and C.D. Frith. “Navigation-Related Structural Change in the Hippocampi of Taxi Drivers.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences97, no. 8 (2000): 4398-403.
  • Maguire, E.A., E.R. Valentine, J.M. Wilding, and N. Kapur. “Routes to Remembering: The Brains Behind Superior Memory.” Nature Neuroscience6, no. 1 (2003): 90-95.
  • Morris, Peter E, Catherine O Fritz, Louise Jackson, Emma Nichol, and Elizabeth Roberts. “Strategies for Learning Proper Names: Expanding Retrieval Practice, Meaning and Imagery.” Applied Cognitive Psychology19, no. 6 (2005): 779-98.
  • Moussa, MN, MR Steen, PJ Laurienti, and S Hayasaka. “Consistency of Network Modules in Resting-State Fmri Connectome Data.” PLoS ONE7, no. 8 (2012): e44428.
  • Smoker, Timothy J, Carrie E Murphy, and Alison K Rockwell. “Comparing Memory for Handwriting Versus Typing.” Paper presented at the Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting, 2009.
  • Thiebaut de Schotten, M., F. Dell’Acqua, S. J. Forkel, A. Simmons, F. Vergani, D. G. Murphy, and M. Catani. “A Lateralized Brain Network for Visuospatial Attention.” Nat Neurosci 14, no. 10 (Oct 2011): 1245-6.

Video: Creating Meaningful Groups and the Memory Palace Technique

  • Baddeley, Alan, Michael W. Eysenck, and Michael C. Anderson. Memory. NY: Psychology Press, 2009.
  • Ericsson, K.A., and R.W. Roring. “Memory as a Fully Integrated Aspect of Skilled and Expert Performance.”Psychology of Learning and Motivation 48 (2007): 351-80.
  • Foer, J. Moonwalking with Einstein. NY: Penguin, 2011.
  • Guida, A., F. Gobet, H. Tardieu, and S. Nicolas. “How Chunks, Long-Term Working Memory and Templates Offer a Cognitive Explanation for Neuroimaging Data on Expertise Acquisition: A Two-Stage Framework.” Brain and Cognition 79, no. 3 (Aug 2012): 221-44.
  • Leutner, D., C. Leopold, and E. Sumfleth. “Cognitive Load and Science Text Comprehension: Effects of Drawing and Mentally Imaging Text Content.” Computers in Human Behavior 25 (2009): 284-89.
  • Levin, J.R., M.E. Levin, L.D. Glasman, and M.B. Nordwall. “Mnemonic Vocabulary Instruction: Additional Effectiveness Evidence.” Contemporary Educational Psychology 17, no. 2 (1992): 156-74.
  • Maguire, E.A., D.G. Gadian, I.S. Johnsrude, C.D. Good, J. Ashburner, R.S.J. Frackowiak, and C.D. Frith. “Navigation-Related Structural Change in the Hippocampi of Taxi Drivers.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences97, no. 8 (2000): 4398-403.
  • Maguire, E.A., E.R. Valentine, J.M. Wilding, and N. Kapur. “Routes to Remembering: The Brains Behind Superior Memory.” Nature Neuroscience 6, no. 1 (2003): 90-95.
  • Morris, Peter E, Catherine O Fritz, Louise Jackson, Emma Nichol, and Elizabeth Roberts. “Strategies for Learning Proper Names: Expanding Retrieval Practice, Meaning and Imagery.” Applied Cognitive Psychology 19, no. 6 (2005): 779-98.
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