عنوان مقاله [English]
TO explore the relationship between self-conscious emotions, procrastination, and academic self-confidence and achievement, a sample of 365 undergraduates was randomly selected from among all students of one university. Analysis of the data collected using a questionnaire, showed that academic achievement has a significant correlation with shame, guilt, and selfishness. A negative correlation was seen between procrastination and academic self-confidence. Close to 9% of the variance in academic achievement is explained by self-conscious emotions, whereas the procrastination factor, along self-conscious emotions account for only 8% of academic self-confidence. The results can be used in counseling students.