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chronobiologist

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  • noun A person who is involved in chronobiology.

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  • Charles Czeisler, another renowned sleep researcher and chronobiologist at Harvard Medical School, puts it more bluntly: Like a drunk, a person who is sleep-deprived has no idea how functionally impaired he or she truly is.

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  • “It would be reasonable,” explains the chronobiologist Josephine Arendt, “to say that everything that happens in our bodies is rhythmic until proven otherwise.”

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  • “It would be reasonable to say,” explains the chronobiologist Josephine Arendt, “that everything that happens in our bodies is rhythmic until proven otherwise.”

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  • Charles Czeisler, another renowned sleep researcher and chronobiologist at Harvard Medical School, puts it more bluntly: Like a drunk, a person who is sleep-deprived has no idea how functionally impaired he or she truly is.

    The Way We’re Working Isn’t Working

  • Charles Czeisler, another renowned sleep researcher and chronobiologist at Harvard Medical School, puts it more bluntly: Like a drunk, a person who is sleep-deprived has no idea how functionally impaired he or she truly is.

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  • “It would be reasonable,” explains the chronobiologist Josephine Arendt, “to say that everything that happens in our bodies is rhythmic until proven otherwise.”

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  • Ekirch's historical evidence aligns with scientific findings from the respected National Institutes of Health chronobiologist Thomas Wehr.

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  • Dr Victoria Revell, a chronobiologist at the University of Surrey, said: Over the

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  • So, when a classically trained chronobiologist dicovers a genetic mutation that eliminates overt rhythms, what does s/he think?

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  • "They have an increased need for sleep, and also for carbohydrates like chocolate," noted Dieter Kunz, a chronobiologist and head physician in the sleep-medicine department at St. Hedwig Hospital in Berlin.

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