Night Owls May Use Poorer Emotion Regulation Strategies Than Early Birds


Are you an evening person — an owl? Or a morning person — a lark? No end of studies have reported variations in the functioning of people who like to wake and go to bed late, versus those who are early to bed and early to rise. And now a new study has found links between our “chronotype” and the way we handle emotions, reflect on our thoughts and feelings, and assert ourselves. Overall, owls do worse — and this could help to explain links between being an owl and poorer psychological well-being. Continue reading →

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