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Riassunto: A ground-breaking work that explores for the first time the behavior of people we call "night owls" and "early birds." Explains the physiological factors and cultural assumptions affecting behavior. Profiles night owls and early birds who share their experiences and strategies for living comfortably and for dealing with other night owls and early birds in their families and at work.
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WHAT KIND OF "BIRD" ARE YOU?
If you are like most people, you are probably aware of when during the day you are "at your best" and when you feel the most awake, alert and efficient. This can be the best indicator of whether you are a "morning" person/early bird or a "night" person/night owl.
If you aren't aware of this particular behaviour or if you want to check your assumptions about yourself, test yourself on the questionnaire below.
1. When I wake in the morning, I am alert and get out of bed almost immediately.
A. Yes B. No
2. If I were on vacation by myself, the time I would get up in the morning would be about the same or within an hour of my daily waking time.
A. Yes B. No
3. Without work or family obligations, at 8:00 a.m. I would probably be:
A. Sleeping B. Awake and active
4. Without work or family obligations, at 10:30 p.m. I would probably be:
A. Sleeping B. Awake and alert
5. The time of day that I am most alert and efficient is:
A. early in the morning B. in the afternoon
C. later in the evening
If your behaviour is that of a night owl, then you would have chosen the following answers:
1. B 2. B 3. A 4. B 5. B or C
If your behaviour is that of an early bird, then you would have chosen the following answers:
1. A 2. A 3. B 4. A 5. A
If you have chosen some early bird responses and some night owl responses, you may be an Intermediate. Intermediates fall somewhere in-between the morning and evening types in terms of overall body temperature and peak times. They are believed to be a majority of the population and may be more flexible with their schedules, sometimes adhering to early bird schedules and sometimes to night owl schedules as the need arises. They are, however, much more affected by the "post lunch dip," that very strong desire for sleep in the early afternoon.
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Descrizione libro Schur Goode Associates, 1994. Condizione libro: Very Good. 1st. N/A. Former Library book. Great condition for a used book! Minimal wear. Codice libro della libreria GRP60819050
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