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Thompson, G. (1887). Spiders and the electric light. Science, 9(208), 92.
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Cho, Y. M., Ryu, S. - H., Lee, B. R., Kim, K. H., Lee, E., & Choi, J. (2015). Effects of artificial light at night on human health: A literature review of observational and experimental studies applied to exposure assessment. Chronobiol. Int., 32(9), 1294–1310.
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