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Find Out How Late Night Tweeting Impacts Athletic Performance

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Dr. Lauren Hale and Dr. Jason Jones
Dr. Lauren Hale and Dr. Jason Jones

Have you ever seen an athlete Tweeting late the night before a big game? Hear from Stony Brook Faculty, Dr. Lauren Hale and Dr. Jason Jones, on the impact of sleep deprivation (as evidenced through late night social media use) on next-day performance for professional basketball players. Stick around after the lecture to cheer on Seawolves Basketball and enjoy a pre-game reception.

Saturday, January 27, 2018
Stony Brook University
Island Federal Credit Union Arena

5 pm to 6 pm
Lecture with Dr. Lauren Hale and Dr. Jason Jones
Goldstein Room

6 pm to 7 pm
Pre-game reception
Seawolves Den

7 pm
Men’s basketball game vs. our rival Albany

Register today.
Tickets for the Basketball game and reception are $20 per person and include pre-game and halftime access to Seawolves Den for refreshments. Admission to the lecture is free (RSVP required).

To learn more about Dr. Lauren Hale and Dr. Jason Jones, please visit our calendar page.

Questions? Contact William Jimenez at or (631) 632-4880.

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