عنوان مقاله [English]
The present study aimed to investigate the relationship of attitude toward father and family obligation with academic procrastination in children of warfare victims. This study was a correlational research and The population were students of Ardakan and Yazd city who were warfare victims’ children. Regarding sampling limitations, 144 students were selected by available sampling and answered to perceptions of parents scale (Grolnick & et al, 1991), family obligation scale (Fuligni & et al. 1999), academic procrastination (Savari, 2011). The data were analyzed by correlational and regression analysis. The results show that attitude toward father and family obligation have a significantly negative correlation with academic procrastination (p<.01). Regression analysis shows that these variables can predict 19.9 percent of variance of academic procrastination (p<.05). Based on these findings it can be concluded that attitude toward father and family obligation can predict significantly academic procrastination of children of warfare victims and probably improving them, especially improving attitude toward father can decrease academic procrastination in children of warfare victims.