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  • noun Plural form of chronotype.

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Examples

  • John suggests matching chronotypes to schedules; some teachers and students could do the early shift, some the late shift.

    Tom Vander Ark: Brain Rules Schools

  • John suggests matching chronotypes to schedules; some teachers and students could do the early shift, some the late shift.

    Tom Vander Ark: Brain Rules Schools

  • The worst outcome might be a world in which extreme "owl" chronotypes live and work in an underground night world, like the Morlocks in H.G. Wells's "Time Machine."

    NIGHT SHIFT

  • Scientists have long divided people into two genetically determined chronotypes: "larks" (early risers) and "owls" (who do better at night).

    NIGHT SHIFT

  • John suggests matching chronotypes to schedules; some teachers and students could do the early shift, some the late shift.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • They conclude that there are behavioral differences between extreme chronotypes (morning and evening people).

    Ars Technica

  • They conclude that there are behavioral differences between extreme chronotypes (morning and evening people).

    Ars Technica

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