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Wieduwilt, A., Alsat, E. A., Blickwedel, J., Strizek, B., Di Battista, C., Lachner, A. B., et al. (2020). Dramatically altered environmental lighting conditions in women with high-risk pregnancy during hospitalization. Chronobiol Int, in press.
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Vollmer, C., Randler, C., & Di Milia, L. (2012). Further evidence for the influence of photoperiod at birth on chronotype in a sample of German adolescents. Chronobiol Int, 29(10), 1345–1351.
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Vollmer, C., Michel, U., & Randler, C. (2012). Outdoor light at night (LAN) is correlated with eveningness in adolescents. Chronobiol Int, 29(4), 502–508.
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Verma, A. K., Singh, S., & Rizvi, S. I. (2020). Age-dependent altered redox homeostasis in the chronodisrupted rat model and moderation by melatonin administration. Chronobiol Int, in press.
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VanSomeren, E. J. W. (2000). More Than A Marker: Interaction Between The Circadian Regulation Of Temperature And Sleep, Age-Related Changes, And Treatment Possibilities. Chronobiol Int, 17(3), 313–354.
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Thorne, H. C., Jones, K. H., Peters, S. P., Archer, S. N., & Dijk, D. - J. (2009). Daily and seasonal variation in the spectral composition of light exposure in humans. Chronobiol Int, 26(5), 854–866.
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Stevens, R. G. (2016). Circadian disruption and health: Shift work as a harbinger of the toll taken by electric lighting. Chronobiol Int, 33(6), 589–594.
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Smolensky, M. H., Sackett-Lundeen, L. L., & Portaluppi, F. (2015). Nocturnal light pollution and underexposure to daytime sunlight: Complementary mechanisms of circadian disruption and related diseases. Chronobiol Int, , 1–20.
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Sasseville, A., Benhaberou-Brun, D., Fontaine, C., Charon, M. - C., & Hebert, M. (2009). Wearing blue-blockers in the morning could improve sleep of workers on a permanent night schedule: a pilot study. Chronobiol Int, 26(5), 913–925.
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Rybnikova, N., & Portnov, B. A. (2018). Population-level study links short-wavelength nighttime illumination with breast cancer incidence in a major metropolitan area. Chronobiol Int, 35(9), 1198–1208.
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