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Dhaliwal, S. S., Keller, J., Le, H. - N., & Lewin, D. S. (2019). Sleep Disturbance among Pregnant Women: The Influence of Environmental and Contextual Factors. Sleep, 42(Supplement_1), A270–A271.
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Pereira, Ã. ‰.F., Louzada, F. M., & Moreno, C. R. C. (2010). Not all adolescents are sleep deprived: A study of rural populations: Sleep duration in rural populations. Sleep and Biological Rhythms, 8(4), 267–273.
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Joo, E. Y., Abbott, S. M., Reid, K. J., Wu, D., Kang, J., Wilson, J., et al. (2016). Timing of light exposure and activity in adults with delayed sleep-wake phase disorder. Sleep Med, 32, 259–265.
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Aarts, M. P. J., Hartmeyer, S. L., Morsink, K., Kort, H. S. M., & de Kort, Y. A. W. (2020). Can Special Light Glasses Reduce Sleepiness and Improve Sleep of Nightshift Workers? A Placebo-Controlled Explorative Field Study. Clocks & Sleep, 2(2), 225–245.
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