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Clocks & Sleep
Clocks & Sleep, Vol. 5, Pages 167-176: Association of Sleep Reactivity and Anxiety Sensitivity with Insomnia-Related Depression and Anxiety among City Government Employees in Japan
It has recently been noted that a reduction in sleep reactivity, characterized as the trait-like degree to which exposure to stress interferes with sleep, and anxiety sensitivity are associated with reduced insomnia severity. This study aimed to e...
Author: Isa Okajima
Posted: March 28, 2023, 12:00 am
Clocks & Sleep, Vol. 5, Pages 152-166: Effects on Sleep Quality of Physical Exercise Programs in Older Adults: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
Background: Given the beneficial effects of exercise in different populations and the close relationship between healthy ageing and sleep quality, our objective was to determine if physical exercise delivered through a structured program improves ...
Author: Lilian Solis-Navarro
Posted: March 23, 2023, 12:00 am
Clocks & Sleep, Vol. 5, Pages 141-151: Determinants of Health Inequalities in Iran and Saudi Arabia: A Systematic Review of the Sleep Literature
Sleep health inequalities represent an increasing public health concern. Among multiple determinants affecting sleep health, there is people’s socioeconomic status (SES), and no systematic review on the relationship between SES and sleep hea...
Author: Comsar Ndiaye
Posted: March 22, 2023, 12:00 am
Clocks & Sleep, Vol. 5, Pages 116-140: Light as a Modulator of Non-Image-Forming Brain Functions—Positive and Negative Impacts of Increasing Light Availability
Light use is rising steeply, mainly because of the advent of light-emitting diode (LED) devices. LEDs are frequently blue-enriched light sources and may have different impacts on the non-image forming (NIF) system, which is maximally sensitive to ...
Author: Islay Campbell
Posted: March 17, 2023, 12:00 am
Clocks & Sleep, Vol. 5, Pages 98-115: Motus Vita Est: Fruit Flies Need to Be More Active and Sleep Less to Adapt to Either a Longer or Harder Life
Background: Activity plays a very important role in keeping bodies strong and healthy, slowing senescence, and decreasing morbidity and mortality. Drosophila models of evolution under various selective pressures can be used to examine whether incr...
Author: Lyudmila P. Zakharenko
Posted: March 3, 2023, 12:00 am
Clocks & Sleep, Vol. 5, Pages 94-97: Obituary for Dr. Konstantin Danilenko (19.03.1962–18.01.2023)
Author: Arcady A. Putilov
Posted: March 2, 2023, 12:00 am
Clocks & Sleep, Vol. 5, Pages 85-93: Creating the Cave: Conducting Circadian Science in Early Childhood
In humans, physiological outputs of the body’s internal clock (i.e., saliva, serum, and temperature) can be collected to quantify the timing of the circadian system. In-lab assessment of salivary melatonin in a dimly lit environment is a com...
Author: Lauren E. Hartstein
Posted: February 20, 2023, 12:00 am
Clocks & Sleep, Vol. 5, Pages 72-84: Does Motor Memory Reactivation through Practice and Post-Learning Sleep Modulate Consolidation?
Retrieving previously stored information makes memory traces labile again and can trigger restabilization in a strengthened or weakened form depending on the reactivation condition. Available evidence for long-term performance changes upon reactiv...
Author: Whitney Stee
Posted: February 17, 2023, 12:00 am