Chronotype and Academic Achievement

15 Mar

I am fascinated by chronotypes (also called circadian preference). Here is a paper just published on the relationship between chronotype and academic achievement published in the journal Learning and Individual Differences. The paper reports:

 

“Circadian preference has an effect on academic achievement.”

 

In general, earlier chronotype predicts a higher cumulative grade point average.

 

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