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Slides & Staying in Touch

Tools and Clinical Resources

  • Automated Morningness-Eveningness Questionnaire (AutoMEQ): A validated, 19-question online survey that assesses where you fall on the morningness-eveningness spectrum and provides an estimate of when your melatonin levels start to rise, etc. No log-in required.
  • Munich ChronoType Questionnaire (MCTQ): Another validated instrument to measure chronotype, although unfortunately this one isn't available as an online tool. You need to print it out, fill it in, and score it yourself.
  •  The PROMIS toolbox has a number of validated assessment tools for adults & pediatric populations, including tools specific for sleep disturbance, sleep-related impairment, etc. These could be helpful in measuring progress if administered before and during/after interventions. Most are available in English & Spanish on the website, and numerous other languages by request.  
  • National Sleep Foundation Sleep Diary: I often use this free printable/PDF 7-day sleep diary with clients to track sleep and any extenuating circumstances.
  • Ologies podcast: These two somnology episodes (about an hour each) are amazing & cover sleep physiology + so much more. She definitely doesn't keep the language clean, so skip this one if that's bothersome 🙂
  • Clue app: My favorite period-tracking app due to their we-don't-sell-or-share-your-data policy & because they are working towards being trans-inclusive. Excellent for tracking how sleep changes through the menstrual cycle and/or around perimenopause. 
  • Meditation apps like Calm and Headspace are nice options for beginners & people who need consistency with meditation. Insight Timer is a free option that's similar, although not quite as comprehensive/user-friendly.

Academic Resources

Archer, S. N., Laing, E. E., Möller-Levet, C. S., van der Veen, D. R., Bucca, G., Lazar, A. S., … Dijk, D.-J. (2014). Mistimed sleep disrupts circadian regulation of the human transcriptome. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 111(6), E682-691.

Asher, G., & Sassone-Corsi, P. (2015). Time for Food: The Intimate Interplay between Nutrition, Metabolism, and the Circadian Clock. Cell, 161(1), 84–92.

Ballesta, A., Innominato, P. F., Dallmann, R., Rand, D. A., & Lévi, F. A. (2017). Systems Chronotherapeutics. Pharmacological Reviews, 69(2), 161–199.

Brown, S. A., & Gaspar, L. (2016). Circadian Metabolomics: Insights for Biology and Medicine. In P. Sassone-Corsi & Y. Christen (Eds.), A Time for Metabolism and Hormones. Retrieved from

Bullock, B. (2019). An Interdisciplinary Perspective on the Association Between Chronotype and Well-being. The Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine, 92(2), 359–364.

Chaix, A., Manoogian, E. N. C., Melkani, G. C., & Panda, S. (2019). Time-Restricted Eating to Prevent and Manage Chronic Metabolic Diseases. Annual Review of Nutrition.

Cheung, I. N., Zee, P. C., Shalman, D., Malkani, R. G., Kang, J., & Reid, K. J. (2016). Morning and Evening Blue-Enriched Light Exposure Alters Metabolic Function in Normal Weight Adults. PLoS ONE, 11(5).

de Punder, K., Heim, C., & Entringer, S. (2019). Association between chronotype and body mass index: The role of C-reactive protein and the cortisol response to stress. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 109, 104388.

Doherty, R., Madigan, S., Warrington, G., & Ellis, J. (2019). Sleep and Nutrition Interactions: Implications for Athletes. Nutrients, 11(4).

Facer-Childs, E. R., Pake, K., Lee, V. Y., Lucas, S. J. E., & Balanos, G. M. (2019). Diurnal Variations in Vascular Endothelial Vasodilation Are Influenced by Chronotype in Healthy Humans. Frontiers in Physiology, 10.

Gamble, K. L., Berry, R., Frank, S. J., & Young, M. E. (2014). Circadian Clock Control of Endocrine Factors. Nature Reviews. Endocrinology, 10(8), 466–475.

Hagenauer, M. H., & Lee, T. M. (2012). The Neuroendocrine Control of the Circadian System: Adolescent Chronotype. Frontiers in Neuroendocrinology, 33(3), 211–229.

Marcinkevicius, E. V., & Shirasu-Hiza, M. M. (2015). Message in a Biota: Gut Microbes Signal to the Circadian Clock. Cell Host & Microbe, 17(5), 541–543.

Plano, S. A., Casiraghi, L. P., García Moro, P., Paladino, N., Golombek, D. A., & Chiesa, J. J. (2017). Circadian and Metabolic Effects of Light: Implications in Weight Homeostasis and Health. Frontiers in Neurology, 8.

Potter, G. D. M., Cade, J. E., Grant, P. J., & Hardie, L. J. (2016). Nutrition and the Circadian System. The British Journal of Nutrition, 116(3), 434–442.

Roenneberg, T., Pilz, L. K., Zerbini, G., & Winnebeck, E. C. (2019). Chronotype and Social Jetlag: A (Self-) Critical Review. Biology, 8(3), 54.

Rüger, M., St Hilaire, M. A., Brainard, G. C., Khalsa, S.-B. S., Kronauer, R. E., Czeisler, C. A., & Lockley, S. W. (2013). Human phase response curve to a single 6.5 h pulse of short-wavelength light. The Journal of Physiology, 591(1), 353–363.

Stothard, E. R., McHill, A. W., Depner, C. M., Birks, B. R., Moehlman, T. M., Ritchie, H. K., … Wright, K. P. (2017). Circadian Entrainment to the Natural Light-Dark Cycle across Seasons and the Weekend. Current Biology, 27(4), 508–513.

Tahara, Y., & Shibata, S. (2014). Chrono-biology, chrono-pharmacology, and chrono-nutrition. Journal of Pharmacological Sciences, 124(3), 320–335.

Thaiss, C. A., Zeevi, D., Levy, M., Zilberman-Schapira, G., Suez, J., Tengeler, A. C., … Elinav, E. (2014). Transkingdom Control of Microbiota Diurnal Oscillations Promotes Metabolic Homeostasis. Cell, 159(3), 514–529.

van der Helm, E., Yao, J., Dutt, S., Rao, V., Saletin, J. M., & Walker, M. P. (2011). REM sleep depotentiates amygdala activity to previous emotional experiences. Current Biology: CB, 21(23), 2029–2032.

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