Full spectrum lighting effects on performance, mood and health

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Series titleNational Research Council Canada. Institute for Research in Construction. Internal Report; no. IRC-IR-659
Conference101st Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, August 1993, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Physical description114 p.
SubjectLighting; Indoor Environment; Lighting and health; Eclairage; Environnement intérieur
AbstractThis report contains four papers presented at a symposium at the 101st Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, held in August, 1993, in Toronto, Ontario, which summarize the differing views of experts on this subject. It also includes an extensive literature review. Report includes the following titles: "Full-Spectrum Polarized Lighting: An Option for Light Therapy Boxes"; "A Study Into the Effects of Types of Light on Children - A Case of Daylight Robbery"; "Is Full-Spectrum Lighting Special?"; "Scientific Evidence for Claims about Full-Spectrum Lamps: Past and Future"; Panel Discussion transcript; "Full-Spectrum Fluorescent Lighting Effects on People: A Critical Review"; and "Is Full-Spectrum Light the Quality Choice?"
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LanguageEnglish
AffiliationNRC Institute for Research in Construction; National Research Council Canada
Peer reviewedNo
NRC number5279
NPARC number20328950
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