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  • noun Plural form of zeitgeber.

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Examples

  • The most important of these cues, called zeitgebers German for "time givers" is sunlight.

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  • Other "zeitgebers" for sleep include melatonin, light, and temperature.

    Tim Ferriss: Relax Like a Pro: 5 Steps to Hacking Your Sleep

  • OBJECTIVE: Controlled zeitgebers - external cues which set the interal clock - have been shown to be effective ways to adjust sleep patterns.

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  • OBJECTIVE: Controlled zeitgebers - external cues which set the interal clock - have been shown to be effective ways to adjust sleep patterns.

    The Fourth Kind Movie Trailer | /Film

  • Natural environmental cues—or zeitgebers literally, “time givers” in German—reset our internal clock each day so that our bodily processes continue to be in harmony with the world around us.

    The Time Paradox

  • Natural environmental cues—or zeitgebers literally, “time givers” in German—reset our internal clock each day so that our bodily processes continue to be in harmony with the world around us.

    The Time Paradox

  • Natural environmental cues—or zeitgebers literally, “time givers” in German—reset our internal clock each day so that our bodily processes continue to be in harmony with the world around us.

    The Time Paradox

  • Natural environmental cues—or zeitgebers literally, “time givers” in German—reset our internal clock each day so that our bodily processes continue to be in harmony with the world around us.

    The Time Paradox

  • In cultured cells, additional driving forces, which are also zeitgebers, are provided by periodic feeding and passaging of the cells.

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  • Such an agent should have a beneficial effect on restoring and stabilising the rhythm of a physiological function while not pushing it towards a specific pole, or inducing the opposite pole; it should also allow response to internal and environmental stimuli and zeitgebers, and restore synchronisation of the various body rhythms while not inducing or worsening desynchronisation.

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