Owls can enjoy a stroll under the starry sky, or burn the midnight oil to meet a deadline. But a serious downside might outweigh these pluses.
Owls have generally been looked down on as lazy and unmotivated, while the early bird catches the worm. Is that stereotype accurate? Why does it persist?
How heritable are chronotypes? And what can you do to change them?
You may think you know whether you are a lark, an owl, or a hummingbird, but are you right?
What can you do if you take the Morningness-Eveningness Questionnaire and decide you are too much of an owl, or not enough of a lark?