Rest-activity patterns of premature infants are regulated by cycled lighting. Rivkees, S. A, Mayes, L., Jacobs, H., & Gross, I. Pediatrics, 113(4):833--839.
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Many hospitalized premature infants are exposed to continuous dim lighting rather than to cycled lighting. However, we do not know whether dim lighting or low-intensity cycled lighting is more conducive to the development of rest-activity patterns that are in phase with the solar light-dark cycle. Thus, we examined the effects of nursery lighting conditions on the development of activity patterns in premature infants.
@article{rivkees_rest-activity_nodate,
	title = {Rest-activity patterns of premature infants are regulated by cycled lighting.},
	volume = {113},
	issn = {1098-4275},
	abstract = {Many hospitalized premature infants are exposed to continuous dim lighting rather than to cycled lighting. However, we do not know whether dim lighting or low-intensity cycled lighting is more conducive to the development of rest-activity patterns that are in phase with the solar light-dark cycle. Thus, we examined the effects of nursery lighting conditions on the development of activity patterns in premature infants.},
	number = {4},
	journal = {Pediatrics},
	author = {Rivkees, Scott A and Mayes, Linda and Jacobs, Harris and Gross, Ian},
	keywords = {zuPazi},
	pages = {833--839}
}
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