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Circadian regulation of human sleep and age-related changes in its timing, consolidation and EEG characteristics.
Sensitivity of the human circadian pacemaker to moderately bright light.
Periodic limb movements in sleep exhibit a circadian rhythm that is maximal in the late evening/early night.
EEG sleep spectra in older adults across all circadian phases during NREM sleep.
Effects on subjective and objective alertness and sleep in response to evening light exposure in older subjects.
Survival analysis indicates that age-related decline in sleep continuity occurs exclusively during NREM sleep.
Contribution of circadian physiology and sleep homeostasis to age-related changes in human sleep.
Sleep inertia varies with circadian phase and sleep stage in older adults.
Comparison of subjective and objective assessments of sleep in healthy older subjects without sleep complaints.
Variation of electroencephalographic activity during non-rapid eye movement and rapid eye movement sleep with phase of circadian melatonin rhythm in humans.
Noncontact Pressure-Based Sleep/Wake Discrimination.