Chronotype, Developmental psychology, Morning, Morningness eveningness and Circadian rhythm are his primary areas of study. The Chronotype study combines topics in areas such as Young adult and Statistics, Psychometrics. His work on Academic achievement as part of general Developmental psychology study is frequently linked to Grading, bridging the gap between disciplines.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Mental health, Sleep debt and Tropics in addition to Morning. His Morningness eveningness study combines topics in areas such as Cross-sectional study, Age and gender and Factor analysis. When carried out as part of a general Personality research project, his work on Big Five personality traits is frequently linked to work in Well-being, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study.
Christoph Randler mainly investigates Chronotype, Developmental psychology, Morning, Morningness eveningness and Ecology. The Chronotype study which covers Clinical psychology that intersects with Scale. His Developmental psychology research includes themes of Big Five personality traits, Preference, Disgust and Anxiety.
His Morning research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Young adult and Affect. He works mostly in the field of Ecology, limiting it down to concerns involving Zoology and, occasionally, Predation. His study with Personality involves better knowledge in Social psychology.
Christoph Randler mainly focuses on Chronotype, Morning, Morningness eveningness, Mobbing and Sleep in non-human animals. His Chronotype study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Young adult, Clinical psychology, Personality and Testosterone. His studies deal with areas such as Affect, Mate choice, Mating, Extraversion and introversion and Mean age as well as Morning.
His research integrates issues of Developmental psychology, Preference, Scale and Stability in his study of Morningness eveningness. He performs integrative study on Developmental psychology and Attractiveness. The Sleep in non-human animals study combines topics in areas such as Dark triad, Rhythm and Physiology.
His primary areas of investigation include Chronotype, Morningness eveningness, Sleep in non-human animals, Morning and Developmental psychology. His Chronotype study deals with the bigger picture of Circadian rhythm. His Morningness eveningness course of study focuses on Stability and Sleep patterns, Clinical psychology, Personality and Measurement invariance.
His Sleep in non-human animals research integrates issues from Orientation, Extraversion and introversion and Reproductive success. His studies deal with areas such as Individual difference, Strictly standardized mean difference, Meta-analysis, Random effects model and Mean age as well as Morning. His Developmental psychology research includes elements of Knowledge level, Dark triad, Cognition and Prior learning.
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Circadian typology: a comprehensive review.
Ana Adan;Simon N. Archer;Maria Paz Hidalgo;Lee Di Milia.
Chronobiology International (2012)
Gender differences in morningness–eveningness assessed by self-report questionnaires: A meta-analysis
Personality and Individual Differences (2007)
Avian hybridization, mixed pairing and female choice
Animal Behaviour (2002)
Promoting Students' Emotions and Achievement--Instructional Design and Evaluation of the ECOLE-Approach.
Michaela Gläser-Zikuda;Stefan Fuß;Matthias Laukenmann;Kerstin Metz.
Learning and Instruction (2005)
Reviewing the psychometric properties of contemporary circadian typology measures.
Lee Di Milia;Ana Adan;Vincenzo Natale;Christoph Randler.
Chronobiology International (2013)
Morningness‐Eveningness Comparison in Adolescents from Different Countries around the World
Chronobiology International (2008)
Cognitive and Emotional Evaluation of an Amphibian Conservation Program for Elementary School Students
Christoph Randler;Angelika Ilg;Janina Kern.
The Journal of Environmental Education (2005)
Association between chronotype and diet in adolescents based on food logs.
Daniel Fleig;Christoph Randler.
Eating Behaviors (2009)
Morningness-eveningness, sleep-wake variables and big five personality factors.
Personality and Individual Differences (2008)
Correlation between morningness – eveningness and final school leaving exams
Christoph Randler;Daniela Frech.
Biological Rhythm Research (2006)
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