Author(s): Fulya CENKSEVEN ÖNDER, Sümbül YALNIZCA YILDIRIM, Ali ARSLAN
The purpose of this study is to determinate resilience predicted to what extent life academic procrastination. Research has been studied on a sample of 404 (207 female, 197 male) high school students. Students are between the ages of 14-18. The data was collected by using Adolescent Resilience Scale (Bulut, Do?an ve Altunda?, 2013) and Academic Procrastination Scale(Çak?c? 2003). Data were analyzed by regression analysis and one-way ANOVA. Regression analyzes were done separately for women, men and all of the study group. According to one-way ANOVA results, significant differences were determined according to sex, academic procrastination and “family support”, “peer support”, “school support”, “adaptation”, “struggle” and “empathy” dimensions of resilience. According to regression analysis results, academic procrastination was predicted by only “school support” and “struggle” dimensions of resilience. The all dimensions of resilience explain 31% of academic procrastination in woman, 17% in men and 29% in all students.