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Morning larks travel more than night owls? Chronotypical effect on travel frequency through novelty seeking Journal article
Tourism Management, 2020,Volume: 77
Authors:  Chark,Robin;  Lam,Long W.;  Fong,Lawrence Hoc Nang
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Chronotype  Circadian rhythms  Diurnal preference  Morningness–eveningness  Novelty seeking  Travel frequency  
Sleep and optimism: A longitudinal study of bidirectional causal relationship and its mediating and moderating variables in a Chinese student sample Journal article
Chronobiology International, 2017,Volume: 34,Issue: 3,Page: 360-372
Authors:  Lau,Esther Yuet Ying;  Hui,C. Harry;  Lam,Jasmine;  Cheung,Shu Fai
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Anxiety  Chronotype  Circadian Preference  Depression  Optimistic Attributional Style  Sleep Quality  Stress  
Sleep and optimism: A longitudinal study of bidirectional causal relationship and its mediating and moderating variables in a Chinese student sample Journal article
CHRONOBIOLOGY INTERNATIONAL, 2017,Volume: 34,Issue: 3,Page: 360-372
Authors:  Lau, Esther Yuet Ying;  Hui, C. Harry;  Lam, Jasmine;  Cheung, Shu-Fai
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Anxiety  chronotype  circadian preference  depression  optimistic attributional style  sleep quality  stress