Zzz - Zzz AREYOUALARK,ANOWLORAROBIN7THEANSWERMAYAFFECT

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Zzz ARE YOU A LARK, AN OWL OR A ROBIN7 THE ANSWER MAY AFFECT  your grades. Psychologists at Hendrix College in Arkansas studied 89  incoming freshmen and, depending on how they described their sleep  preferences, divided them into larks (early to bed, early to rise), owls (late  to bed) and robins (somewhere in the middle). At the end of their freshman  year, the owl group had an average GPA of 2.84. Larks and robins  averaged 3.~8. Comparing that performance with the kids' high school  records, the researchers found that all the GPAs had slipped (typical for  students away from home for the first time) but the owls' had fallen furthest.  Part of the problem may be that owls are forced to adhere to larks' morning  schedules: they go to bed later but still have to get up for early classes. On  average, owls slept 4~ min. less per night than the others--enough, 
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