To Challenge the Morning Lark and the Night Owl: Using Smartphone Sensing Data to Investigate Day-Night Behavior Patterns

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Description: This osf project includes supplemental materials for the article 'To Challenge the Morning Lark and the Night Owl: Using Mobile Sensing Data to Re-investigate Daily Activity Patterns.


Table of Contents Updates 18.03.2020: An updated version of the OSF folder is available. During the review process, we noticed an error in the preprocessing of the multilevel model: We had swapped the order of centering the level 2 variables and converting the dataset to a long format. Therefore, we reran the multiverse analysis concerning the social jetlag and updated the results. However, th...


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