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Life between Clocks: Daily Temporal Patterns of Human Chronotypes
- T. Roenneberg, A. Wirz-Justice, M. Merrow
- Psychology, BiologyJournal of Biological Rhythms
- 1 February 2003
It is predicted that the timing of sleep has changed during industrialization and that a majority of humans are sleep deprived during the workweek, and the implications are far ranging concerning learning, memory, vigilance, performance, and quality of life.
A marker for the end of adolescence
Social Jetlag: Misalignment of Biological and Social Time
- M. Wittmann, Jenny Dinich, M. Merrow, T. Roenneberg
- PsychologyChronobiology International
- 1 January 2006
Humans show large differences in the preferred timing of their sleep and activity. This so‐called “chronotype” is largely regulated by the circadian clock. Both genetic variations in clock genes and…
Epidemiology of the human circadian clock.
Social Jetlag and Obesity
Social jetlag and obesity.
Peroxiredoxins are conserved markers of circadian rhythms
It is shown that oxidation–reduction cycles of peroxiredoxin proteins constitute a universal marker for circadian rhythms in all domains of life, by characterizing their oscillations in a variety of model organisms and exploring the interconnectivity between these metabolic cycles and transcription–translation feedback loops of the clockwork in each system.
The Human Circadian Clock's Seasonal Adjustment Is Disrupted by Daylight Saving Time
The human circadian clock entrains to sun time
The Art of Entrainment
Understanding entrainment is equal to understanding the circadian system and the results of this basic research will help to understand temporal ecology and will allow to improve conditions for humans in industrialized societies.