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The chronotype of first year medical students vis-a-vis level of stress, sleep quality and academic performance.


Olivia Victoria M. Calaguas,
Dr. Leandro D. Vila,
Kristel Marie P. Anunciacion,
Tristan Angelo M. Calaquian,
Rosa Lauren D. Cunanan,
Ainah Pamela D. Cunanan,
Carleen Nicole S. Araos,
Christian Jerome S. Carreon,
Opal Anne A. Balajadia,
Chungda Chhumare,
Aris Miguel D. David,
Sunil Basnet,
Darlene M. Dizon,
Samridhi Dawadi,
Jennifer T. Bonifacio,
Remar L. Domdom,
JIm Abner Sam G. Dimabuyu,
BIjay Dali,
Joanna Marie B. Balingit,
Aleth S. Cruz,
Justin Ral D. David,
Prajwol Bhurtel,
Jerome S. Dizon,
Pamela Y. Diaz,
Ryan Joe A. Dungca

Related Institution

School of Medicine - Angeles University Foundation

Publication Information

Publication Type
Research Report


The aim of the study was to categorize the first year medical students of Angeles University Foundation to their corresponding chronotypes or circadian preferences and subsequently relate it with their level of stress, sleep quality and academic performance. Th e researchers obtained the corresponding data required for the study from 53 first year medical students utilizing standardized self-report questionnaires. The questionnaires used were as follow; Morningness-Eveningness questionnaires (MEQ)for the determination chronotypes, perceived stress scale for the determination of stress level and the pitssburgh sleep quality index (PSQI) for the determination of sleep quality.


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