Sisi Yang is a doctoral researcher in the Self-regulation in Health and Well-being Lab in the Department of Psychology at University of Sheffield. Her research interests focus on whether and how stress appraisals and social support explain the link between procrastination and perceived stress, the temporal mood-regulation dynamics of procrastination, as well as the role of positive and mixed emotions in procrastination.
She is also the co-author of a paper developing and validating the short version of the general procrastination scale, the GPS-9.
Sisi has an MSc in Occupational Psychology from Loughborough University. She has worked for over five years for a consultant company, focused on career development and occupational health.