Students who pull all-nighters to study do worse in school the next day

August 29, 2012   // 0 Comments

(Wired) Students who average more study hours do better in school. But a study published last week in the journal Child Development shows that students who stay awake to study more than their average - i.e. to cram - up their odds of failing a test or having difficulty understanding instruction the next day. To allay fears of correlation not implying causation and all the myriad other factors ...

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