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Ikeno, T., Weil, Z. M., & Nelson, R. J. (2014). Dim light at night disrupts the short-day response in Siberian hamsters. Gen Comp Endocrinol, 197, 56–64.
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Kayaba, M., Iwayama, K., Ogata, H., Seya, Y., Tokuyama, K., & Satoh, M. (2013). Drowsiness and low energy metabolism in the following morning induced by nocturnal blue light exposure. Sleep Medicine, 14, e166–e167.
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Keshet-Sitton, A., Or-Chen, K., Yitzhak, S., Tzabary, I., & Haim, A. (2015). Can Avoiding Light at Night Reduce the Risk of Breast Cancer? Integr Cancer Ther, 15(2), 145–152.
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Kim, Y. J., Lee, E., Lee, H. S., Kim, M., & Park, M. S. (2015). High prevalence of breast cancer in light polluted areas in urban and rural regions of South Korea: An ecologic study on the treatment prevalence of female cancers based on National Health Insurance data. Chronobiol Int, 32(5), 657–667.
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Kretschmer, V., Schmidt, K. - H., & Griefahn, B. (2012). Bright light effects on working memory, sustained attention and concentration of elderly night shift workers. Lighting Research and Technology, 44(3), 316–333.
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