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When ‘getting it done’ right away goes wrong

Distinguished Professor of Psychology David Rosenbaum was a featured guest on KPCC's Air Talk. 

The belief that we shouldn’t wait until the last minute is regarded as more practical way to be productive, but pre-crastination, or the impulsive need to complete tasks ASAP, could be counter-intuitive to the quality of our work.

Dr. Rosenbaum's interview can be heard through KPCC's website.

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