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Czeisler, C. A., Shanahan, T. L., Klerman, E. B., Martens, H., Brotman, D. J., Emens, J. S., et al. (1995). Suppression of melatonin secretion in some blind patients by exposure to bright light. N Engl J Med, 332(1), 6–11.
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Evans, J. A., Elliott, J. A., & Gorman, M. R. (2007). Circadian effects of light no brighter than moonlight. J Biol Rhythms, 22(4), 356–367.
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Figueiro, M. G., Bierman, A., Plitnick, B., & Rea, M. S. (2009). Preliminary evidence that both blue and red light can induce alertness at night. BMC Neurosci, 10, 105.
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Fonken, L. K., Finy, M. S., Walton, J. C., Weil, Z. M., Workman, J. L., Ross, J., et al. (2009). Influence of light at night on murine anxiety- and depressive-like responses. Behav Brain Res, 205(2), 349–354.
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Kelber, A., Balkenius, A., & Warrant, E. J. (2002). Scotopic colour vision in nocturnal hawkmoths. Nature, 419(6910), 922–925.
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Lowden, A., & Akerstedt, T. (2012). Assessment of a new dynamic light regimen in a nuclear power control room without windows on quickly rotating shiftworkers--effects on health, wakefulness, and circadian alignment: a pilot study. Chronobiol Int, 29(5), 641–649.
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Santhi, N., Thorne, H. C., van der Veen, D. R., Johnsen, S., Mills, S. L., Hommes, V., et al. (2012). The spectral composition of evening light and individual differences in the suppression of melatonin and delay of sleep in humans. J Pineal Res, 53(1), 47–59.
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Taillard, J., Capelli, A., Sagaspe, P., Anund, A., Akerstedt, T., & Philip, P. (2012). In-car nocturnal blue light exposure improves motorway driving: a randomized controlled trial. PLoS One, 7(10), e46750.
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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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