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Canazei, M.; Pohl, W.; Bliem, H.R.; Weiss, E.M. Acute effects of different light spectra on simulated night-shift work without circadian alignment 2016 Chronobiology International 34 303-317
Cho, C.-H.; Lee, H.-J.; Yoon, H.-K.; Kang, S.-G.; Bok, K.-N.; Jung, K.-Y.; Kim, L.; Lee, E.-I. Exposure to dim artificial light at night increases REM sleep and awakenings in humans 2015 Chronobiology International 33 117-123
Dumont, M.; Lanctot, V.; Cadieux-Viau, R.; Paquet, J. Melatonin production and light exposure of rotating night workers 2012 Chronobiology International 29 203-210
Erren, T.C.; Morfeld, P.; Foster, R.G.; Reiter, R.J.; Gross, J.V.; Westermann, I.K. Sleep and cancer: Synthesis of experimental data and meta-analyses of cancer incidence among some 1 500 000 study individuals in 13 countries 2016 Chronobiology International 33 325-350
Esaki, Y.; Kitajima, T.; Ito, Y.; Koike, S.; Nakao, Y.; Tsuchiya, A.; Hirose, M.; Iwata, N. Wearing blue light-blocking glasses in the evening advances circadian rhythms in the patients with delayed sleep phase disorder: An open-label trial 2016 Chronobiology International 33 1037-1044
Esaki, Y.; Obayashi, K.; Saeki, K.; Fujita, K.; Iwata, N.; Kitajima, T. Association between light exposure at night and manic symptoms in bipolar disorder: cross-sectional analysis of the APPLE cohort 2020 Chronobiology International in press in press
Haim, A.; Shanas, U.; Zubidad, A.E.S.; Scantelbury, M. Seasonality and Seasons Out of Time--The Thermoregulatory Effects of Light Interference 2005 Chronobiology International 22 59-66
Higuchi, S.; Lee, S.-I.; Kozaki, T.; Harada, T.; Tanaka, I. Late circadian phase in adults and children is correlated with use of high color temperature light at home at night 2016 Chronobiology International 33 448-452
Kantermann, T.; Roenneberg, T. Is light-at-night a health risk factor or a health risk predictor? 2009 Chronobiology International 26 1069-1074
Kempinger, L.; Dittmann, R.; Rieger, D.; Helfrich-Forster, C. The nocturnal activity of fruit flies exposed to artificial moonlight is partly caused by direct light effects on the activity level that bypass the endogenous clock 2009 Chronobiology International 26 151-166