Roslyn Heights teen wins for research on student procrastination

Procrastination has paid off big for one Long Island student.Caroline Trezza, 17, of Roslyn Heights, won $35,000 for her research into why students procrastinate on

WOODBURY - Procrastination has paid off big for one Long Island student.

Caroline Trezza, 17, of Roslyn Heights, won $35,000 for her research into why students procrastinate on class assignments.

Trezza's work shows that a student's mental health could be affected by the psychological stress of putting off tasks.

Trezza admits she sometimes procrastinates too.

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