Publications:Translational Sensory and Circadian Neuroscience

Publications:
Translational Sensory and Circadian Neuroscience

Journal Article (7)

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Journal Article
Brown, T.; Brainard, G.; Cajochen, C.; Czeisler, C.; Hanifin, J.; Lockley, S.; Lucas, R.; Münch, M.; O'Hagan, J.; Peirson, S. et al.; Price, L.; Roenneberg, R.; Schlangen, L.; Skene, D.; Spitschan, M.; Vetter, C.; Zee, P.; Wright, K.: Recommendations for daytime, evening, and nighttime indoor light exposure to best support physiology, sleep, and wakefulness in healthy adults. PLoS Biology 20 (3) (2022)
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Journal Article
Joyce, D.; Spitschan, M.; Zeitzer, J.: Duration invariance and intensity dependence of the human circadian system phase shifting response to brief light flashes. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 289 (1970) (2022)
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Journal Article
Kwasnicka, D.; Keller, J.; Perski, O.; Potthoff , S.; Ten Hoor, G.; Ainsworth, B.; Crutzen, R.; Dohle, S.; van Dongen, A.; Heino, M. et al.; Henrich, J.; Knox, L.; König, L.; Maltinsky, W.; McCallum, C.; Nalukwago, J.; Neter, E.; Nurmi, J.; Spitschan, M.; Van Beurden, S.; Van der Laan, L.; Wunsch, K.; Levink, J.; Sanderman, K.: White Paper: Open Digital Health - accelerating transparent and scalable health promotion and treatment. Health Psychology Review Epub ahead (2022)
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Journal Article
Webler, F.; Spitschan, M.; Andersen, M.: Towards "Fourth Paradigm" Spectral Sensing. Sensors 22 (6), 2377 (2022)
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Journal Article
Spitschan, M.; Santhi, N.; Ahluwalia, A.; Fischer , D.; Hunt, L.; Karp, N.; Lévi , F.; Pineda-Torra, I.; Vidafar, P.: Science Forum: Sex differences and sex bias in human circadian and sleep physiology research. eLife 11 (2022)
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Journal Article
Spitschan, M.; Santhi, N.: Individual differences and diversity in human physiological responses to light. EBioMedicine 75, 103640 (2022)
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Journal Article
Steel, L.; Tir, S.; Tam, S.; Bussell, J.; Spitschan, M.; Foster, R.; Peirson, S.: Effects of Cage Position and Light Transmission on Home Cage Activity and Circadian Entrainment in Mice. Frontiers in Neuroscience 15, 832535 (2022)

Meeting Abstract (2)

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Meeting Abstract
Spitschan, M.: Development of the ENLIGHT reporting guidelines for human laboratory-based light exposure interventions. In 33rd Annual Meeting of the Society for Light Treatment and Biological Rhythms (SLBTR 2022): Light and the Circadian Clock - from Bench to Bedside. 33rd Annual Meeting of the Society for Light Treatment and Biological Rhythms (SLBTR 2022): Light and the Circadian Clock - from Bench to Bedside, Manchester, UK, June 23, 2022 - June 25, 2022. (2022)
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Meeting Abstract
Siraji, M.; Lazar, R.; van Duijnhoven, J.; Schlangen, L.; Haque, S.; Kalavally, V.; Vetter, C.; Glickman, G.; Smolders, K.; Spitschan, M.: Light exposure behaviour assessment (LEBA): A novel self-reported instrument to capture light exposure-related behaviour. In CIE Australia Lighting Research Conference 2022, p. 24. CIE Australia Lighting Research Conference 2022, February 08, 2022. (2022)

Talk (2)

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Talk
Spitschan, M.: What does the eye tell the clock? 9th Iberian Conference on Perception (CIP 2022), Barcelona, Spain (2022)
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Talk
Spitschan, M.: What does the eye tell the clock? From mechanisms to translation. Congresso Internacional de Optometria e Ciências da Visão (CIOCV 2022), Braga, Portugal (2022)

Poster (2)

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Poster
Blume, C.; Niedernhuber, M.; Spitschan, M.; Slawik, H.; Meyer, M.; Cajochen, C.; Bekinstein, T.: Cognitive processing during sleep: designed to be parsimonious and sleepprotective. 47. Jahrestagung Psychologie und Gehirn (PuG 2022), Freiburg, Germany (2022)
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Poster
Spitschan, M.: Usability and acceptability of corneal-plane α-opic dosimetry in a 24-hour field trial. 33rd Annual Meeting of the Society for Light Treatment and Biological Rhythms (SLBTR 2022): Light and the Circadian Clock - from Bench to Bedside, Manchester, UK (2022)

Preprint (2)

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Preprint
Blume, C.; Niedernhuber, M.; Spitschan, M.; Slawik, H.; Meyer, M.; Bekinschtein, T.; Cajochen, C.: Melatonin suppression does not automatically alter sleepiness, vigilance, sensory processing, or sleep. (submitted)
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Preprint
Blume, C.; Niedernhuber, M.; Spitschan, M.; Slawik, H.; Meyer, M.; Bekinschtein, T.; Cajochen, C.: Light targeting the melanopic system suppresses melatonin, but does not alter sleepiness, vigilance, sensory processing, or sleep. (submitted)
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