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Is your teen a night owl? Their sleep pattern could shape their brain and behaviour years later

Research analyses the brain and behaviour of young teenagers after they’ve become 'night owls'. Image: Unsplash/Jp Valery

Rebecca Cooper

PhD candidate in neuropsychiatry, The University of Melbourne

Maria Di Biase

Senior Research Fellow, Psychiatry, The University of Melbourne

Vanessa Cropley

Senior Research Fellow, The University of Melbourne

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