The Art & Science Of Procrastination

The Art & Science Of Procrastination

The New Yorker explores this curious habit.

Dan Gould
  • 4 october 2010

Why do we procrastinate? It’s up for debate, but different opinions come from all over the academic world, from behavioral economics to philosophy. This curious habit of consciously putting off what we need to get done is explored in a fantastic New Yorker article by James Surowiecki.

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