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EEO. 2021; 20(4): 1458-1463

Effect of REBT on academic procrastination of secondary school students

Mandeep Kaur*, Susheela Narang.


In this paper, Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy (REBT) is utilized as a significant tool to deal with the Academic Procrastination (AP). The sample of students having AP tendency is ranked as moderate and high after measuring based on an AP scale is selected. This study sample is delimited for secondary school students at private schools of Amritsar district, Punjab, India only. T-test is used for analyzing the effect of various issues on the selected students. From significance analysis it is found that there is a significant difference in the effect of REBT on AP of secondary school students as compare to the control group. Thus, overall analysis rejects the defined null hypothesis. Therefore, REBT has significant impact on the AP of secondary school students as compare to the control group.

Key words: AP, secondary school students

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