Munich Chronotype Questionnaire (MCTQ)
The instrument was developed in order to assess individuals’ chronotypes – diurnal preferences that manifest in personal sleep-wake rhythms. Consisting of 19 questions, the scale examines wake and sleep schedules (on both work and free days), energy levels throughout the day, sleep latency and inertia, and exposure to daylight.
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