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Kretschmer, V.; Griefahn, B.; Schmidt, K.-H. Bright light and night work: effects on selective and divided attention in elderly persons 2011 Lighting Research and Technology 43 473-486
Kretschmer, V.; Schmidt, K.-H.; Griefahn, B. Bright light effects on working memory, sustained attention and concentration of elderly night shift workers 2012 Lighting Research and Technology 44 316-333
Sherman, H.; Gutman, R.; Chapnik, N.; Meylan, J.; le Coutre, J.; Froy, O. Caffeine alters circadian rhythms and expression of disease and metabolic markers 2011 The International Journal of Biochemistry & Cell Biology 43 829-838
Sekaran, S.; Foster, R.G.; Lucas, R.J.; Hankins, M.W. Calcium Imaging Reveals a Network of Intrinsically Light-Sensitive Inner-Retinal Neurons 2003 Current Biology 13 1290-1298
Keshet-Sitton, A.; Or-Chen, K.; Yitzhak, S.; Tzabary, I.; Haim, A. Can Avoiding Light at Night Reduce the Risk of Breast Cancer? 2015 Integrative Cancer Therapies 15 145-152
Regente, J.; de Zeeuw, J.; Bes, F.; Nowozin, C.; Appelhoff, S.; Wahnschaffe, A.; Münch, M.; Kunz, D. Can short-wavelength depleted bright light during single simulated night shifts prevent circadian phase shifts? 2017 Applied Ergonomics 61 22-30
Aarts, M.P.J.; Hartmeyer, S.L.; Morsink, K.; Kort, H.S.M.; de Kort, Y.A.W. Can Special Light Glasses Reduce Sleepiness and Improve Sleep of Nightshift Workers? A Placebo-Controlled Explorative Field Study 2020 Clocks & Sleep 2 225-245
Erren, T.C.; Lewis, P. Can yesterday's smoking research inform today's shiftwork research? Epistemological consequences for exposures and doses due to circadian disruption at and off work 2017 Journal of Occupational Medicine and Toxicology (London, England) 12 29
Moser, M.; Schaumberger, K.; Schernhammer, E.; Stevens, R.G. Cancer and rhythm 2006 Cancer Causes & Control : CCC 17 483-487
Mormont, M.-C.; Levi, F. Cancer chronotherapy: principles, applications, and perspectives 2003 Cancer 97 155-169