Down to the wire? How to make deadlines work best for you

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People who tend towards procrastination are all too familiar with the advice that they set themselves a deadline. But really, if you’re being honest, it’s hard to take that kind of deadline seriously, because you know that it can be postponed. On the flip side, if you have a tight deadline set by a superior at work, it can cause stress and frustration. This all begs the question: Are deadlines even a useful method for getting things done? Two labour researchers explain the psychology behind deadlines – and how to use them effectively. Final sprint Hannah Schade is a researcher at the Leibniz I…

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