Night Owls – The “B” People

  • Kisa Fatima Altaf Dow University of Health Sciences


If you find it hard to get up in the morning, don't despair - you're not lazy, you're just genetically programmed that way, says the B-Society by Chris Morris (2007). A night owl is person who tends to stay up until late at night, and the opposite of night owl is an early bird, a lark, someone who tends to begin sleeping at a time that is considered early and also wakes early. . In many countries, early birds are called "A-people" and night owls are called "B-people." Some of us are clearly "larks" -early risers while others of us are diversely night owls. The rest of us fall more or less in between the two. In study magazine, reported that IQ average and sleeping patterns are most definitely related, proving that those who play under the moon are, indeed, more intelligent human beings said Satoshi kanazawa (2010), a psychologist at the London School of Economics and Political Science.


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Altaf, K. F. (2014). Night Owls – The “B” People. Annals of Psychophysiology, 1, 12-13.