Young people’s time-of-day preferences affect their school performance (Randler & Frech, 2009)

There are distinct individual differences in biological rhythms; whether people are morning ‘larks’ and are active early in the morning, or whether they are evening ‘owls’ and are able to work late into the evening. ‘This difference in the human circadian clock is partly shaped genetically; that is, some genes…
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