Finding: When we have dinner may dictate when we choose to sleep. This is all dependent on how much we procrastinate in general.
Question: Is dinner time really that important? Are there other, more important variables? Perhaps stress, other life circumstances, if you need to get up early, etc.?
Credit for this wonderful write-up goes to Jenny Chen, a volunteer and student at the University of Maryland.
Citation: Magalhães, P., Pereira, B., Oliveira, A., Santos, D., Núñez, J. C., & Rosário, P. (2021). The mediator role of routines on the relationship between general procrastination, academic procrastination and perceived importance of sleep and bedtime procrastination. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 18(15), 7796. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph18157796