Overview – Studyology is a program for Flinders University students that teaches them psychological tools for tackling procrastination. Whilst live sessions run during the year, many students can’t attend those sessions. Thus recorded sessions are made available for students to peruse in their own time. In this post, access session 1 – Reading time ~ 2 minutes. Watching time ~ 42 minutes.
Studyology is being run live in 2022. See the central Studyology post for information about the program and dates/times of live Studyology sessions.
For those that don’t know, Studyology is a program that teaches you how to tackle procrastination. It is built on ideas from Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). Specifically, you learn about the concept of psychological flexibility and how to apply that concept in disrupting the patterns of avoidance that characterise procrastination.
Involving 5 x 1 hour sessions (with homework exercises), the program is a significant investment of time so I’ve made available recorded versions of each of the 5 sessions. This is also useful for those of you that can’t attend one of the live versions. Included below is Session 1.
The workbook that I reference in the video can be found here: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/jg2jiubrbzbby45/AAAh1cHbkP3eIS8PnU8Yf5wia?dl=0 along with other materials from the program.