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references from my earlight article / Skeptikko (The Skeptic) 4-2018.


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[2] Timonen M, Nissilä J, Liettu A, et al: Can transcranial brain-targeted bright light treatment via ear canals be effective in relieving symptoms in seasonal affective disorder? A pilot study.
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[7] Jurvelin H, Takala T, Heberg L, et al: Transcranial bright light exposure via ear canals does not suppress nocturnal melatonin in healthy adults--a single-blind, sham-controlled, crossover trial.
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[15] Schulz PR: Comments and objections to: Jurvelin, Heidi: Transcranial bright light: the effect on human psychophysiology. 14.3.2018;

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