- •Most PD participants belong to the Morning chronotype.
- •PD duration and dopaminergic treatments are not significantly different across the chronotypes.
- •The chronotypes in PD do not differ in excessive sleepiness.
- •Morning types wake up and go to bed significantly earlier than other chronotypes.
- •Appreciation of chronotypes in the PD population may have important implications for PD clinical care.
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