His scientific interests lie mostly in Circadian rhythm, Melatonin, Internal medicine, Endocrinology and Audiology. His studies in Circadian rhythm integrate themes in fields like Vigilance, Alertness, Effects of sleep deprivation on cognitive performance, Developmental psychology and Wakefulness. His Melatonin research includes elements of Thermoregulation, CLOCK and Phase response curve.
His research integrates issues of Placebo and Gene in his study of Internal medicine. The study incorporates disciplines such as Morning and Electrooculography in addition to Endocrinology. His Audiology research incorporates elements of Sleep deprivation, Sleep in non-human animals, Non-rapid eye movement sleep, Communication and Sleep Stages.
Christian Cajochen mainly focuses on Circadian rhythm, Sleep in non-human animals, Audiology, Internal medicine and Melatonin. His Circadian rhythm study combines topics in areas such as Sleep deprivation, Wakefulness and Nap. In general Sleep in non-human animals study, his work on Non-rapid eye movement sleep often relates to the realm of Core, thereby connecting several areas of interest.
Christian Cajochen combines subjects such as Vigilance, Effects of sleep deprivation on cognitive performance, Developmental psychology, Noise and Polysomnography with his study of Audiology. As part of the same scientific family, Christian Cajochen usually focuses on Internal medicine, concentrating on Endocrinology and intersecting with Bright light. His Melatonin research incorporates themes from Phase response curve, Alertness, Suprachiasmatic nucleus, Physiology and Chronobiology.
Christian Cajochen spends much of his time researching Circadian rhythm, Melatonin, Sleep in non-human animals, Audiology and Caffeine. In general Circadian rhythm, his work in Chronotype is often linked to Hemagglutination assay linking many areas of study. His work carried out in the field of Melatonin brings together such families of science as Wakefulness, Effects of sleep deprivation on cognitive performance, Intrinsically photosensitive retinal ganglion cells and Vigilance.
He has researched Sleep in non-human animals in several fields, including Rhythm, Chronobiology and Electroencephalography. Christian Cajochen combines subjects such as Alertness, Bedtime, Affect and Noise exposure with his study of Audiology. His study looks at the relationship between Caffeine and topics such as Placebo, which overlap with Anesthesia, Cerebral blood flow, Endocrinology and Internal medicine.
Christian Cajochen mainly investigates Sleep in non-human animals, Melatonin, Noise, Audiology and Circadian rhythm. Within one scientific family, he focuses on topics pertaining to Chronobiology under Sleep in non-human animals, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Effects of sleep deprivation on cognitive performance, Cognition, Ophthalmology and Developmental psychology. His Melatonin course of study focuses on Wakefulness and Physiology, Caffeine, Vigilance, Sleep deprivation and Homeostasis.
His Noise study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Cohort study and Environmental health. Christian Cajochen interconnects Annoyance, Electroencephalography, Light spectrum, Mood and Daylight in the investigation of issues within Audiology. His Circadian rhythm research is classified as research in Neuroscience.
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A Phase Response Curve to Single Bright Light Pulses in Human Subjects
Sat Bir S. Khalsa;Megan E. Jewett;Christian Cajochen;Charles A. Czeisler.
The Journal of Physiology (2003)
High sensitivity of human melatonin, alertness, thermoregulation, and heart rate to short wavelength light.
Christian Cajochen;Mirjam Münch;Szymon Kobialka;Kurt Kräuchi.
The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism (2005)
Role of Melatonin in the Regulation of Human Circadian Rhythms and Sleep
C. Cajochen;K. Kräuchi;A. Wirz-Justice.
Journal of Neuroendocrinology (2003)
Dose-response relationship for light intensity and ocular and electroencephalographic correlates of human alertness
Christian Cajochen;Jamie M Zeitzer;Charles A Czeisler;Derk-Jan Dijk.
Behavioural Brain Research (2000)
A time to think: Circadian rhythms in human cognition
Christina Schmidt;Fabienne Collette;Christian Cajochen;Philippe Peigneux.
Cognitive Neuropsychology (2007)
Alerting effects of light.
Sleep Medicine Reviews (2007)
Evening exposure to a light-emitting diodes (LED)-backlit computer screen affects circadian physiology and cognitive performance
Christian Cajochen;Sylvia Frey;Doreen Anders;Jakub Späti.
Journal of Applied Physiology (2011)
The human circadian metabolome.
Robert Dallmann;Antoine U. Viola;Leila Tarokh;Christian Cajochen.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2012)
Non-visual effects of light on melatonin, alertness and cognitive performance: can blue-enriched light keep us alert?
Sarah Laxhmi Chellappa;Roland Steiner;Peter Blattner;Peter Oelhafen.
PLOS ONE (2011)
EEG and ocular correlates of circadian melatonin phase and human performance decrements during sleep loss.
Christian Cajochen;Sat Bir S. Khalsa;James K. Wyatt;Charles A. Czeisler.
American Journal of Physiology-regulatory Integrative and Comparative Physiology (1999)
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