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Social Jetlag and Obesity
Obesity has reached crisis proportions in industrialized societies. Many factors converge to yield increased body mass index (BMI). Among these is sleep duration. The circadian clock controls sleepExpand
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Social jetlag and obesity.
Obesity has reached crisis proportions in industrialized societies. Many factors converge to yield increased body mass index (BMI). Among these is sleep duration. The circadian clock controls sleepExpand
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The Munich ChronoType Questionnaire for Shift-Workers (MCTQShift)
Sleep is systematically modulated by chronotype in day-workers. Therefore, investigations into how shift-work affects sleep, health, and cognition may provide more reliable insights if they considerExpand
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Human activity and rest in situ.
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We present two common approaches for in situ investigation of human activity and rest: the Munich ChronoType Questionnaire (MCTQ) and actimetry. Expand
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The Influence of Internal Time, Time Awake, and Sleep Duration on Cognitive Performance in Shiftworkers
To date, studies investigating the consequences of shiftwork have predominantly focused on external (local) time. Here, we report the daily variation in cognitive performance in rotating shiftworkersExpand
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Validity of the Japanese version of the Munich ChronoType Questionnaire
To assess circadian preference with a score, the Morningness-Eveningness Questionnaire (MEQ) has been used for more than 3 decades now. More recently, the Munich ChronoType Questionnaire (MCTQ) wasExpand
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Social Connectedness on Facebook - An Explorative Study on Status Message Usage
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The study presented here empirically explored the concept of feeling connected in relationship to common micro-blogging messages as previously used by Facebook. Expand
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Chronotype Modulates Sleep Duration, Sleep Quality, and Social Jet Lag in Shift-Workers
This study explores chronotype-dependent tolerance to the demands of working morning, evening, and night shifts in terms of social jet lag, sleep duration, and sleep disturbance. A total of 238Expand
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Shift-work research: Where do we stand, where should we go?
Shift-work seriously affects the health and well-being of millions of people worldwide, and the number of shift workers is constantly rising (currently approximately 20% of the workforce). While someExpand
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Association Between Rotating Night Shift Work and Risk of Coronary Heart Disease Among Women.
IMPORTANCE Prospective studies linking shift work to coronary heart disease (CHD) have been inconsistent and limited by short follow-up. OBJECTIVE To determine whether rotating night shift work isExpand
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