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Roenneberg, T.; Foster, R.G. Twilight Times: Light and the Circadian System 1997 Photochemistry and Photobiology 66 549-561
Roenneberg, T.; Merrow, M. Circadian clocks – from genes to complex behaviour 1999 Reproduction Nutrition Development 39 3
Vetter, C.; Juda, M.; Lang, D.; Wojtysiak, A.; Roenneberg, T. Blue-enriched office light competes with natural light as a zeitgeber 2011 Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment & Health 37 437-445
Porcheret, K.; Wald, L.; Fritschi, L.; Gerkema, M.; Gordijn, M.; Merrrow, M.; Rajaratnam, S.M.W.; Rock, D.; Sletten, T.L.; Warman, G.; Wulff, K.; Roenneberg, T.; Foster, R.G. Chronotype and environmental light exposure in a student population 2018 Chronobiology International 35 1365-1374
Kantermann, T.; Roenneberg, T. Is light-at-night a health risk factor or a health risk predictor? 2009 Chronobiology International 26 1069-1074
Van Dycke, K.C.G.; Rodenburg, W.; van Oostrom, C.T.M.; van Kerkhof, L.W.M.; Pennings, J.L.A.; Roenneberg, T.; van Steeg, H.; van der Horst, G.T.J. Chronically Alternating Light Cycles Increase Breast Cancer Risk in Mice 2015 Current Biology : CB 25 1932-1937
Foster, R.G.; Roenneberg, T. Human responses to the geophysical daily, annual and lunar cycles 2008 Current Biology : CB 18 R784-R794
Pilz, L.K.; Levandovski, R.; Oliveira, M.A.B.; Hidalgo, M.P.; Roenneberg, T. Sleep and light exposure across different levels of urbanisation in Brazilian communities 2018 Scientific Reports 8 11389
Roenneberg, T. Wie wir ticken. Die Bedeutung der inneren Uhr für unser Leben 2010 240