Longitudinal Assessment of Chronotype and Mental Health
This study aims to investigate the directional relationship between chronotype with mental health outcomes. We are also examining some of the psychological mechanisms related to the relationship. We have recruited over 1000 participants at baseline and are currently at a 1-year follow-up stage. Results from this study could expand on the current knowledge of circadian science.
- 21 Aug 2020 – The lucky draw for the T1 follow-up (between April to May 2020) has completed. Winners will be contacted by our staff via phone.
- 14 Dec 2020 – The lucky draw for the T2 follow-up (between Jun to Dec 2020) has completed. Winners will be contacted by our staff shortly.
Cheung FT, Ho AW, Chan JW, Li X, Chan NY, Zhang J, Ho CS, Wing YK, Li SX. Validation of the Chinese version of the Munich chronotype questionnaire (MCTQHK) in Hong Kong Chinese youths. Chronobiology International. 2022 Jan 27:1-2.