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Drake, "Circadian phase, sleepiness, and light exposure assessment in night workers with and without shift work disorder," Chronobiology International, vol.
Roenneberg, "Comparison of the Munich Chronotype Questionnaire with the Horne-Ostberg's morningness-eveningness score," Chronobiology International, vol.
Portnov, "Light at night co-distributes with incident breast but not lung cancer in the female population of Israel," Chronobiology International, vol.
Kurumatani, "Association between light exposure at night and nighttime blood pressure in the elderly independent of nocturnal urinary melatonin excretion," Chronobiology International, vol.
Chronobiology is considered in this perspective as a meta-discipline, which sets the background for both diagnostic assessment and treatment of mood disorders with light therapy and sleep deprivation.
Chronobiology, or the study of biological clocks, is now a growing field of research thanks to the pioneering work of the three scientists, who explained the role of specific genes in keeping animal bodies in step with light and darkness.
Jeffrey Hall, Michael Rosbach, researchers at Brandeis University in Massachusetts and Michael Young of Rockefeller University in New York pioneered research in chronobiology, or the study of the molecular mechanisms that control the body's circadian systems.
The use of a range of lighting settings is based on findings from research in the field of Chronobiology and on known effects of our day and night-time biorhythms.
Martin, "Location of airway inflammation in asthma and the relationship to circadian change in lung function," Chronobiology International, vol.
Time is a fundamental variable for the manifestation of biological phenomena, and as such it has been systematically investigated since the pioneer chronobiology studies by Halberg [1].