Midday naps lead to happy children with higher IQs, improved academic performances
- June 3, 2019
- Sara Mednick, cog sci, in Tech Times, June 3, 2019
Sara Mednick, a sleep researcher from UC Irvine, explained that theirs is the first comprehensive study of its kind. "Here, we had the chance to ask real-world, adolescent schoolchildren questions across a wide range of behavioral, academic, social, and physiological measures," she added Mednick. "The more students sleep during the day, the greater the benefit of naps on many of these measures."
For the full story, please visit https://www.techtimes.com/articles/244109/20190603/midday-naps-lead-to-happy-children-with-higher-iqs-improved-academic-performances.htm.
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