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Is your teen a night owl? Their sleep pattern could shape their brain and behaviour years later

By Rebecca Cooper, PhD candidate in neuropsychiatry, The University of Melbourne
Maria Di Biase, Senior Research Fellow, Psychiatry, The University of Melbourne
Vanessa Cropley, Senior Research Fellow, The University of Melbourne
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We found being a night owl increased the risk of having behavioural problems and delayed brain development in later adolescence.The Conversation

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