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Artificial Sunlight on Human Sleep and Circadian Rhythms

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The Impact of Artificial Sunlight on Human Sleep and Circadian Rhythms

The purpose of this study is to examine, in healthy controls, whether LED lighting that has a color spectrum similar to that of sunlight is able to differentially impact mood, circadian rhythms, sleep, and behavior, as compared to standard fluorescent lighting.

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15 hours of light exposure

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The Impact of Artificial Sunlight on Human Sleep and Circadian Rhythms

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NCT03636360

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