The Twenty-four Hour Workday: Proceedings of a Symposium on Variations in Work-Sleep Schedules
Final rept. Sep 1979-Oct 1980
SAN DIEGO STATE UNIV FOUNDATION CA
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The function of this symposium was to bring together workers in three areas that in one way or another, are concerned with a common problem variations in work-sleep schedules. These three areas are 1 shift work, 2 sleep, and particularly that area concerned with sleep loss and the fragmentation of sleep schedules, and 3 biological rhythms. In addition to social and health problems, which were covered in this symposium, shift work inevitably changes sleep sleep problems are a major complaint of shift workers. Any variations in work-sleep schedules immediately involves, in a complex fashion, the basic biological rhythms.
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