Inc.com reported on a recent study published in the American Psychological Association journal Emotion that found "larks"--people who wake up early--have a more positive affect than "owls"--those who prefer staying up late at night.
Sure takes the pressure off the babes who've been feeling bad they can't keep their eyes open past dessert anymore.
Additionally, the study revealed that morning people reported feeling healthier than night owls.
The study, conducted by University of Toronto researchers Renee Biss and Lynn Hasher, was based upon survey results from more than 700 adults of various ages and sleep patterns. Study participants reported their mood at various times throughout the day, and also judged their overall health.
Seems morning people think ahead and morning people start with the hardest projects first thing, when most—morning people or not—are at their peak efficiency.
Study: Morning People Are Happier & Healthier Than Night Owls - John McDermott | Inc.com staff
Aug 21, 2012
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