The Role of Light Sensitivity and Intrinsic Circadian Period in Predicting Individual Circadian Timing

Julia E. Stone, Elise M. McGlashan, Nina Quin, , Jessica J. Stephenson, Sean W. Cain & Andrew J. K. Phillips
There is large interindividual variability in circadian timing, which is underestimated by mathematical models of the circadian clock. Interindividual differences in timing have traditionally been modeled by changing the intrinsic circadian period, but recent findings reveal an additional potential source of variability: large interindividual differences in light sensitivity. Using an established model of the human circadian clock with real-world light recordings, we investigated whether changes in light sensitivity parameters or intrinsic circadian period could capture...
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