Fretty Eliana, Dinni Jufita Putri, Ahmad Zubaidi


This present study is intended to investigate the influence of self-efficacy and parent’s social supports on academic procrastination of students in YP GKPI junior high school, Rawamangun, Indonesia. Since the population comprising 58 students, a small number of population, this study employed a census method. The instrument involved an academic procrastination scale (34 items), self-efficacy scale (25 items), and parent’s social support scale (33 items). The result of multiple regression analysis reveals that the value of p<0.05, meaning that self-efficacy and parent’s social support altogether contribute to the academic procrastination behavior significantly. On the other hand, the variable of parent’s social support does not significantly contribute to academic procrastination of the students. This is based on the result of coefficient table that the value of p>0.05.


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