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  • n. The totality of factors, associated with circadian rhythms, that determine if an individual is most alert in the morning or evening


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  • Their "chronotype" -- that is, the preference for being active during the morning or evening -- falls somewhere in the middle.

    Learning to Live

  • RE: Bakhtin: It is precisely the multivocality of the collective psyche which makes me nervous about talking about it in a totalizing way … But if "collective psyche" is redefined as something more akin to a "chronotype" then I'm OK with that. permalink

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  • To determine the best time to nap, it helps to know your "chronotype".


  • To determine the best time to nap, it helps to know your “chronotype”.

    Thursday, January 29, 2009 | Lifehacker Australia

  • Secretion of melatonin as well as its level in the blood, peaks in the middle of the night, and gradually falls during the second half of the night, with normal variations in timing according to an individual's chronotype.


  • Evening chronotype in high school students is linked with lower college GPA

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  • I'm suffering a severe case of chronotype discrimination.

    Planet Atheism

  • October like 26th or so, some 40-50 year old woman on her first year hunting saw a doe run down the trial just few miles from my house and followed up by a trophy buck i had been hunting for years. she got a 12 yard shot at it, the deer only ran about 120 yards. if u want to see "my" trophy deer go to www. and click on fishing and hunting. once again congrats on the piebald buck. what an amazing experiance huh

    Pretty Piebald!

  • [45] - [48], we found no significant genotype differences in circadian phase as measured by chronotype.

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