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Authors:  R. O. Budkevich, E. V. Budkevich, and I. A. Evdokimov
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Students are a special social group with specific conditions of life, work, social behavior, psychology, and system of rules for a healthy lifestyle, including daily routine and rational nutrition [1]. Circadian preferences can influence attitudes to health, sleep and nutrition, through personal characteristics. The aim of the study was to identify the relationship between eating behavior and sleep self-assessment in students of different chronotypes. 


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Eating Behavior and Sleep in Students with Different Chronotypes (pp. 259-261)