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Hozer, C., & Pifferi, F. (2020). Physiological and cognitive consequences of a daily 26 h photoperiod in a primate: exploring the underlying mechanisms of the circadian resonance theory. Proc Biol Sci, 287(1931), 20201079.
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Issad, S. M., Benhafri, N., El Allali, K., Farsi, H., Ouali-Hassenaoui, S., & Dekar-Madoui, A. (2021). Effects of prolonged night-time light exposure and traffic noise on the behavior and body temperature rhythmicity of the wild desert rodent, Gerbillus tarabuli. Chronobiol Int, in press.
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Lack, L. C., Gradisar, M., Van Someren, E. J. W., Wright, H. R., & Lushington, K. (2008). The relationship between insomnia and body temperatures. Sleep Med Rev, 12(4), 307–317.
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Le Tallec, T., Théry, M., & Perret, M. (2016). Melatonin concentrations and timing of seasonal reproduction in male mouse lemurs (Microcebus murinus) exposed to light pollution. J of Mammalogy, 97(3), 753–760.
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