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14 September 2011

Learners sleeping less than 9 hours do not perform

A study by the Autonomous University researched the relationship between the sleeping habits, hours slept, and academic performance of children aged between six and seven years.

A study by the Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB in Spanish) and Ramón Llull University have researched the relationship between the sleeping habits, hours slept, and academic performance of children aged between six and seven years of age.

This is the first Spanish study that proves that losing out on hours of sleep and bad habits affect schoolchildren's academic performance," stated Ramón Cladellas, researcher at the Faculty of Psychology at the UAB.

 
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