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Psychologist becomes resident blogger for Psychology Today magazine

Dn. Joseph R. Ferrari, Ph.D. creates posts that explore applied social-community-personality psychology topics


Joseph Ferrari
​​​​​​​​​Dn. Joseph R. Ferrari, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology in the College of Science and Health and Saint Vincent de Paul Professor, has recently become a resident blogger for Psychology Today magazine.

Dn. Ferrari, an international expert on the study of the causes and consequences of chronic procrastination, has authored over 400 scholarly articles, 700 conference presentations and 7 books, including the best seller "Still Procrastinating? The No Regrets Guide to Getting It Done.” Some of his most notable research has been referenced in his books "Procrastination and Task Avoidance: Theory, Research, and Treatment" and "Counseling the Procrastinator in Academic Settings." Dn. Ferrari has also shared his research and expertise through publications with over 10 media outlets this past year, including The DePaulia, The Guardian (UK), Reader's Digest (India) and The Wall Street Journal.  ​

Dn. Ferrari's posts provide a thoroughly researched psychological perspective to readers on relatable social, community, and personality  behaviors. While most of his blog posts explore the many facets of why people procrastinate, he also delves into the belief of peace and his personal journey toward community engagement.  ​

Be sure to check out his most recent posts on Psychology Today:​

Procrastinating to "Get Even"? ​​

​Revenge, reactance, regret.​

The Prevalence of Procrastination​

Everyone isn't doing it.

Peace, Peru, Political Tensions​

Why can't we all just get along?

Still Procrastinating?​

It's NOT about time.