Class start times, sleep, and academic performance in college: a path analysis.

@article{Onyper2012ClassST,
  title={Class start times, sleep, and academic performance in college: a path analysis.},
  author={Serge V. Onyper and Pamela V Thacher and Jack W Gilbert and Samuel G Gradess},
  journal={Chronobiology international},
  year={2012},
  volume={29 3},
  pages={318-35}
}
Path analysis was used to examine the relationship between class start times, sleep, circadian preference, and academic performance in college-aged adults. Consistent with observations in middle and high school students, college students with later class start times slept longer, experienced less daytime sleepiness, and were less likely to miss class. Chronotype was an important moderator of sleep schedules and daytime functioning; those with morning preference went to bed and woke up earlier… CONTINUE READING
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