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An, K., Zhao, H., Miao, Y., Xu, Q., Li, Y. - F., Ma, Y. - Q., et al. (2020). A circadian rhythm-gated subcortical pathway for nighttime-light-induced depressive-like behaviors in mice. Nat Neurosci, in press.
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Walch, O. J., Cochran, A., & Forger, D. B. (2016). A global quantification of “normal” sleep schedules using smartphone data. Science Advances, 2(5), e1501705.
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