Reimagine Procrastination: Music Preference and Health Habits as Factors on Self-Perceived Procrastination of Young People
As the buzzword phenomenon, procrastination holds a continued need for a comprehensive examination of its nature and the associated factors. The presented study explores the potential relationship between music taste, life style and the youngsters' procrastination through quantitative modelling. To handle the big set of survey statistics and the uncertainty caused by the data missingness, the combined methods of factor analysis, multiple imputation (MI) and Ordered logit regression are employed. The result reveals that the music preference for Hip-hop, AlternativeR and Opera have a significant effect on procrastination. Concerning the living habits, the eating habit and local authority (city/rural) also yield strong connection to the self-perceived procrastination. Implications for this procrastination research is discussed.