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Arthur Mode

Presented at: TJS 1993

Date: Jun 27, 1993

Procrastination affects virtually everyone at some point. Inadequate understanding of its nature can lead to unearned guilt over "benign" procrastination, on the one hand, and to non-recognition of significant defenses, on the other. This lecture describes and illustrates the many causes of procrastination, and details its relationship to defense mechanisms.


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