Effect of morning school schedule on sleep and anthropometric variables in adolescents: a follow-up study.

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The aim of this study was to assess whether the shift from afternoon to morning classes reduces the duration of sleep and whether this reduction has any relation to body fat measurements. This is a follow-up study in which students (n = 379), 12.4 (SD(+/-)0.7) yrs old, were evaluated before and after the school schedule shift, with a 1-yr interval between… (More)
DOI: 10.3109/07420528.2011.603452

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@article{Brandalize2011EffectOM, title={Effect of morning school schedule on sleep and anthropometric variables in adolescents: a follow-up study.}, author={Michelle Brandalize and Rico Felden Pereira and Neiva Leite and Geraldo Lorenzi - Filho and Fernando Mazzilli Louzada}, journal={Chronobiology international}, year={2011}, volume={28 9}, pages={779-85} }