The Effects of Bedtime and Sleep Duration on Academic and Emotional Outcomes in a Nationally Representative Sample of Adolescents
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[Studien Analysen] Berkeley researchers analyzed longitudinal data from a nationally representative cohort of 2,700 U.S. adolesc ..

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Adolescents who go to bed late during the school year are more prone to academic and emotional difficulties in the long run, com ..

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Interesting data, but an analysis that http://t.co/0uwmSVdhlO misses the point: education timings are the cause.

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