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About This Project

Higher levels of exercise have been linked to better sleep but it is unclear whether the time of day at which individuals exercise plays a role. This project examines whether the regularity and timing of exercise (early versus late), and circadian-type impact sleep. We examine these questions among athlete and non-athlete students to determine when (and for whom) does exercising lead to better sleep.

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