Sleep Habits and Academic Majors
June 10, 2013
New research released by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine has found possible relationships between sleep habits and academic majors. Among the findings:
- Management science, information systems and administration of justice majors were most likely to be "evening" people in terms of when they were most engaged.
- Nutrition majors were the most likely to be morning people.
- Media majors had the highest self-reported sleep deficits.
- Speech communication majors had the lowest such deficits, coming close to their desired hours of sleep.
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