World Sleep Day - Larks and Owls (AM event)
In recognition of World Sleep Day on 16 March 2018, Safety and Wellbeing Services in collaboration with NTU’s Division of Psychology are running a sleep event designed to help you understand what it means to be a 'lark' or an 'owl', how and why this changes, and the effects it might have on how you live, work and sleep.
- From: Friday 16 March 2018, 8 am
- To: Friday 16 March 2018, 9 am
- Location: Lecture Theatre 6, Newton building, Main Entrance, Nottingham Trent University, City Campus, Goldsmith Street, Nottingham, NG1 4BU
- Booking deadline: Friday 16 March 2018, 7.30 am
- Download this event to your calendar
Some people prefer to wake and go to bed early (‘larks’) whilst others prefer the opposite, choosing later going to bed and waking up times (‘owls’). Professor John Groeger (NTU Psychology) will describe how these preferences for morningness-eveningness shape our waking and sleep lives, how larks and owls differ in terms of their physical and mental health, and the effects of shift-working which disrupts these circadian rhythms.
Those attending will also have the opportunity to ask questions of Professor James Horne, who developed the world's most widely used measures of morningness-eveningness. Prior to the session, we will email you a link to complete an online questionnaire to determine whether you are a 'lark' or an 'owl'.
These sessions are based on whether you think you are a 'lark' or an 'owl'. Come to this morning event if you think you're a 'lark', or book on to the evening session if you consider yourself an 'owl'.
This event is free to attend. To book your place, click the Reserve your place button at the top of the page.