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Comparison of the Munich Chronotype Questionnaire with the Horne‐Östberg's Morningness‐Eveningness score
- A. Zavada, M. Gordijn, D. Beersma, S. Daan, T. Roenneberg
- PsychologyChronobiology international
- 1 January 2005
The study shows that chronotype (based on MSF as measured by the MCTQ) strongly correlates with morningness‐eveningness (as measured with the MEQ), however, the M CTQ collects additional detailed information on sleep‐wake behavior under natural conditions.
Time-of-day-dependent effects of bright light exposure on human psychophysiology: comparison of daytime and nighttime exposure.
- Melanie Rüger, M. Gordijn, D. Beersma, Bonnie de Vries, S. Daan
- Psychology, BiologyAmerican journal of physiology. Regulatory…
- 1 May 2006
The effect of bright light given at two different times of day on psychological and physiological parameters was time independent, since nighttime and daytime bright light reduced sleepiness and fatigue significantly and similarly.
EEG Power Density during Nap Sleep: Reflection of an Hourglass Measuring the Duration of Prior Wakefulness
The data support the hypothesis that EEG power density during non-rapid eye movement sleep is only determined by the prior history of sleep and wakefulness and is not determined by clock-like mechanisms.
Seasonal affective disorder and latitude: a review of the literature.
Effects of seganserin, a 5-HT2 antagonist, and temazepam on human sleep stages and EEG power spectra.
All night spectral analysis of EEG sleep in young adult and middle-aged male subjects
Sex differences in the sleep EEG of young adults: visual scoring and spectral analysis.
Analysis of baseline sleep of 13 men and 15 women and published data on the effects of sleep deprivation on EEG power spectra did not suggest a common mechanism underlying sleep deprivation effects and the sex difference in sleep EEGs, but it was concluded that sex differences in EEG powerSpectral analysis detected significantly higher power densities during non-REM sleep over a wide frequency range in the female versus male subjects.
Subjective sleepiness correlates negatively with global alpha (8–12 Hz) and positively with central frontal theta (4–8 Hz) frequencies in the human resting awake electroencephalogram
The reliability and validity of the Seasonal Pattern Assessment Questionnaire: a comparison between patient groups.