To study or to sleep? The academic costs of extra studying at the expense of sleep.

@article{GillenONeel2013ToSO,
  title={To study or to sleep? The academic costs of extra studying at the expense of sleep.},
  author={Cari Gillen-O'Neel and Virginia W. Huynh and Andrew J. Fuligni},
  journal={Child development},
  year={2013},
  volume={84 1},
  pages={
          133-42
        }
}
This longitudinal study examined how nightly variations in adolescents' study and sleep time are associated with academic problems on the following day. Participants (N = 535, 9th grade M(age) = 14.88) completed daily diaries every day for 14 days in 9th, 10th, and 12th grades. Results suggest that regardless of how much a student generally studies each day, if that student sacrifices sleep time to study more than usual, he or she will have more trouble understanding material taught in class… CONTINUE READING

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