HORNE OSTBERG MORNINGNESS EVENINGNESS QUESTIONNAIRE PDF

An English language self-assessment Morningness-Eveningness questionnaire is presented and evaluated against individual differences in the circadian vatiation of oral temperature. Circadian peak time were identified from the smoothed temperature curves of each subject. Results showed that Morning types and a significantly earlier peak time than Evening types and tended to have a higher daytime temperature and lower post peak temperature. The Intermediate type had temperatures between those of the other groups.

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The purpose of this study was to validate this MEQ in a sample of middle-aged workers by modifying only the cutoffs. It was administered in non-shift-workers aged According to the Home and Ostberg classification, the sample consisted of Multiple correspondence analysis, which determines the principal components, was performed on all MEQ items. Then an ascending hierarchical classification was applied to determine 3 clusters from these principal components. On the basis of these 3 clusters, new cutoffs were determined: evening types were considered as scoring under 53 and morning types above 64, thus giving As an external validation, eveningness was associated with later bedtime and waking-up time more pronounced at the weekend , greater need for sleep, larger daily sleep debt, greater morning sleepiness, and ease of returning to sleep in the early morning.

A positive correlation between age and morningness was again found. This study confirms that "owls" are not rare in a middle-aged sample. We conclude that this adapted MEQ could be useful when investigating age-related changes in sleep. This site needs JavaScript to work properly. Please enable it to take advantage of the complete set of features! Clipboard, Search History, and several other advanced features are temporarily unavailable. Search: Search. Advanced Clipboard.

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Morningness Eveningness Questionnaire – Are you a Night Owl or a Morning Lark?

The purpose of this study was to validate this MEQ in a sample of middle-aged workers by modifying only the cutoffs. It was administered in non-shift-workers aged According to the Home and Ostberg classification, the sample consisted of Multiple correspondence analysis, which determines the principal components, was performed on all MEQ items. Then an ascending hierarchical classification was applied to determine 3 clusters from these principal components. On the basis of these 3 clusters, new cutoffs were determined: evening types were considered as scoring under 53 and morning types above 64, thus giving As an external validation, eveningness was associated with later bedtime and waking-up time more pronounced at the weekend , greater need for sleep, larger daily sleep debt, greater morning sleepiness, and ease of returning to sleep in the early morning.

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A Self-Assessment Questionnaire to Determine Morningness-Eveningness in Human Circadian Rhythms

The morningness—eveningness questionnaire MEQ is a self-assessment questionnaire developed by researchers James A. Its main purpose is to measure whether a person's circadian rhythm biological clock produces peak alertness in the morning, in the evening, or in between. The original study showed that the subjective time of peak alertness correlates with the time of peak body temperature ; morning types early birds have an earlier temperature peak than evening types night owls , with intermediate types having temperature peaks between the morning and evening chronotype groups. The standard MEQ consists of 19 multiple-choice questions, each having four or five response options. Some example questions are: [1].

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