Wednesday, September 23, 2020

Chronobiology — From “Biorhythmology” to Mature Science

by Konstantin Danilenko Institute of Physiology and Basic Medicine, Novosibirsk, Russia Konstantin V. Danilenko MD is a biomedical researcher focusing on light physiology in humans. He...

The Antarctic as a Chronobiologist’s Dream Lab: What we can learn from dark polar winters and bright polar summers

by Josephine Arendt Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, University of Surrey, Guildford, United Kingdom Josephine Arendt PhD is a pioneer and international leader of circadian...

Life Across Latitudes

by Claudia R.C. Moreno School of Public Health, University of São Paulo, Brazil Claudia R.C. Moreno PhD is Head of Department of Health, Life Cycle, and...

We Live in Bad Times for Good Entrainment

by Anna Wirz-Justice Centre for Chronobiology, Psychiatric Clinic, University of Basel, Switzerland Anna Wirz-Justice PhD, Professor emeritus, is a founding member of the Society for Light...

The Ecological Impacts of Light at Night

by Barbara Helm Groningen Institute for Evolutionary Life Sciences, University of Groningen, The Netherlands Barbara Helm PhD is Professor for Biological Rhythms of Natural Organisms at...

Expanding Clinical Applications of Light: Fibromyalgia and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

by Helen J. Burgess Department of Psychiatry, Sleep and Circadian Research Laboratory, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor USA Helen J. Burgess PhD is Professor in the...

When Depression Ignores the Seasons, but Light Therapy Works

Light Therapy Has Not Been an Option for Major Depression. Until Now. Michael Terman, PhD Posted on Psychology Today December 14, 2015 It's not news that antidepressants often...

Advertising of Untested, Deficient Sleep Aids: Puhleeze!

A new lamp and a light filter to help you sleep make implausible claims. Published on March 24, 2014 by Michael Terman, Ph.D. in Chronotherapy   In...

Brain Meets LEDs: Everything Old Is New Again

New lighting technology claims major breakthroughs in lamps designed to help get us to sleep, wake up, energize us, and combat depression. While we...

More on the Chronotherapy / Cognitive Therapy Interface

Light therapy — a primary tool of chronotherapy — directly adjusts our body clock into sync with our sleep cycle, with an antidepressant effect...

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