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Internal Time

Chronotypes, Social Jet Lag, and Why You're So Tired

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$22.00 • £17.95 • €20.00

ISBN 9780674975392

Publication Date: 03/13/2017

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288 pages

5-1/2 x 8-1/4 inches

1 halftone, 40 line illustrations

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  • Introduction
  • 1. Worlds Apart
  • 2. Of Early Birds and Long Sleepers
  • 3. Counting Sheep
  • 4. A Curious Astronomer
  • 5. The Lost Days
  • 6. The Periodic Shift Worker
  • 7. The Fast Hamster
  • 8. Dawn at the Gym
  • 9. The Elusive Transcript
  • 10. Temporal Ecology
  • 11. Wait until Dark
  • 12. The End of Adolescence
  • 13. What a Waste of Time!
  • 14. Days on Other Planets
  • 15. When Will My Organs Arrive?
  • 16. The Scissors of Sleep
  • 17. Early Socialists, Late Capitalists
  • 18. Constant Twilight
  • 19. From Frankfurt to Morocco and Back
  • 20. Light at Night
  • 21. Partnership Timing
  • 22. A Clock for All Seasons
  • 23. Professional Selection
  • 24. The Nocturnal Bottleneck
  • Notes
  • Acknowledgments
  • Index

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