Differential influence of asynchrony in early and late chronotypes on convergent thinking.

  title={Differential influence of asynchrony in early and late chronotypes on convergent thinking.},
  author={P{\'e}ter Simor and Bertalan Polner},
  journal={Chronobiology international},
  volume={34 1},
Eveningness preference (late chronotype) was previously associated with different personality dimensions and thinking styles that were linked to creativity, suggesting that evening-type individuals tend to be more creative than the morning-types. Nevertheless, empirical data on the association between chronotype and creative performance is scarce and inconclusive. Moreover, cognitive processes related to creative thinking are influenced by other factors such as sleep and the time of testing… CONTINUE READING

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