Naturally occurring circadian rhythm and sleep duration are related to executive functions in early adulthood.

@article{Kuula2018NaturallyOC,
  title={Naturally occurring circadian rhythm and sleep duration are related to executive functions in early adulthood.},
  author={Liisa Kuula and Aleksi Pesonen and Kati Heinonen and Eero O. Kajantie and Johan G Eriksson and Sture Andersson and Aulikki Lano and Jari Lahti and Dieter Wolke and Katri R{\"a}ikk{\"o}nen},
  journal={Journal of sleep research},
  year={2018},
  volume={27 1},
  pages={
          113-119
        }
}
Experimental sleep deprivation studies suggest that insufficient sleep and circadian misalignment associates with poorer executive function. It is not known whether this association translates to naturally occurring sleep patterns. A total of 512 of full-term-born members of the Arvo Ylppö Longitudinal Study [mean age = 25.3, standard deviation (SD) = 0.65] (44.3% men) wore actigraphs to define sleep duration, its irregularity and circadian rhythm (sleep mid-point) during a 1-week period (mean… CONTINUE READING
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