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Circadian temporal structure of 20 shift workers (8-hour shift-weekly rotation): An autometric field study

  • A. Reinberg
  • A.-J. Chaumont
  • A. Laporte
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Abstract

In spite of a rapidly growing number of pertinent and interesting studies (1 – 24) most of the effects of shift work on physiological, circadian rhythms (human circadian temporal structure (25 – 27)) still need investigating using chronobiologic methods (25 – 28).

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  • A.-J. Chaumont
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