Chronobiology International

(The H4-Index of Chronobiology International is 20. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-12-01 to 2023-12-01.)
COVID-19 pandemic and lockdown: cause of sleep disruption, depression, somatic pain, and increased screen exposure of office workers and students of India263
Evening chronotype is associated with poor cardiovascular health and adverse health behaviors in a diverse population of women68
Coronaphobia, musculoskeletal pain, and sleep quality in stay-at home and continued-working persons during the 3-month Covid-19 pandemic lockdown in Turkey61
The relationship between chronotype, sleep, and autism symptom severity in children with ASD in COVID-19 home confinement period56
Does the compromised sleep and circadian disruption of night and shiftworkers make them highly vulnerable to 2019 coronavirus disease (COVID-19)?42
Is disruption of sleep quality a consequence of severe Covid-19 infection? A case-series examination36
Assessment of acute aerobic exercise in the morning versus evening on asprosin, spexin, lipocalin-2, and insulin level in overweight/obese versus normal weight adult men32
The circadian disruption of night work alters gut microbiota consistent with elevated risk for future metabolic and gastrointestinal pathology28
Crowdsourced smartphone data reveal altered sleep/wake pattern in quarantined Chinese during the COVID-19 outbreak28
A novel machine learning unsupervised algorithm for sleep/wake identification using actigraphy28
Chronotypes and trauma reactions in children with ADHD in home confinement of COVID-19: full mediation effect of sleep problems27
Worldwide melatonin research: a bibliometric analysis of the published literature between 2015 and 201926
Effect of chronotype on motor skills specific to soccer in adolescent players23
Influence of circadian rhythms on sports performance23
Developing a light-based intervention to reduce fatigue and improve sleep in rapidly rotating shift workers22
Melatonin and alcohol-related disorders22
Melatonin supplementation improves psychomotor and physical performance in collegiate student-athletes following a sleep deprivation night21
Social jetlag among Japanese adolescents: Association with irritable mood, daytime sleepiness, fatigue, and poor academic performance21
Association between social jet lag, quality of diet and obesity by diurnal preference in Finnish adult population20
Morning affect, eveningness, and amplitude distinctness: associations with negative emotionality, including the mediating roles of sleep quality, personality, and metacognitive beliefs20