Moore-Ede MC. How to keep alert behind the wheel. Transport Topics, July 1989.
Moore-Ede M, Campbell S, Baker T. Effect of reduced operator alertness on the night shift on process control operator performance. Proceedings of the Instrument Society of America's Symposium/Conference, October 1989.
Moore-Ede MC. Assuring human operator alertness at night in power plants. In: Proceedings of the 1988 IEEEE Fourth Conference on Human Factors and Power Plants, Monterey CA, June 1988, pp. 522-524.
Moore-Ede M, Campbell S, Baker T. Falling asleep behind the wheel: Research priorities to improve driver alertness and highway safety. Proceedings of the Federal Highway Administration Symposium on Truck and Bus Driver Fatigue, November 1988.
Connolly JJ, Moore-Ede MC. Using the principles of circadian physiology enhances shift schedule design. American Nuclear Society, Dallas TX, June 1987.
Moore-Ede MC. Physiology of the circadian timing system: Predictive versus reactive homeostasis. Thirtieth Annual Bowditch Lecture. Am. J. Physiol. 19 (5): R735-R752, 1986.
Moore-Ede MC, Richardson GS. Medical implications of shift- work. Ann. Rev. of Med. 36: 607-617, 1985.
Moore-Ede MC, Moline M.L. Circadian rhythms and photoperiodism. Evered, D., Clark, S., eds. In: Photoperiodism, Melatonin and the Pineal. London: Pitman, 1985, pp. 23-33.
Moore-Ede MC, Czeisler CA.: Mathematical models of the circadian sleep-wake cycle. Raven Press, New York. 1984.
Kronauer RE, Czeisler CA, Pilato SF, Moore-Ede MC, Weitzman ED. Mathematical representation of the human circadian system: Two interacting oscillators which affect sleep. Chase, M., ed. In: Sleep Disorders: Basic and Clinical Research. New York: Spectrum Publications, Inc., 1983, pp. 173-194.
Moore-Ede MC. The circadian timing system in mammals: Two pacemakers preside over many secondary oscillators. Fed. Proc. 42 (11): 2802-2808, 1983.
Weitzman ED, Czeisler CA, Zimmerman JC, Moore-Ede MC, Ronda JM. Biological rhythms in man: Internal physiological organization during non-entrained (free-running) conditions and application to delayed sleep phase syndrome. Chase, M., ed. In: Sleep Disorders: Basic and Clinical Research. New York: Spectrum Publications, Inc., 1983, pp. 153-171.
Moore-Ede MC, Czeisler CA, Richardson GS. Circadian timekeeping in health and disease. Part l: Basic properties of circadian pacemakers. NEJM 309 (8): 469-476, 1983.
Moore-Ede MC, Czeisler C., Richardson GS. Circadian timekeeping in health and disease. Part 2: Clinical implications of circadian rhythmicity. NEJM 309 (9): 530-536, 1983.
Czeisler CA, Moore-Ede MC, Coleman RM. Rotating shift work schedules that disrupt sleep are improved by applying circadian principles. Science 217: 460-463, 1982.
Moore-Ede MC. What hath night to do with sleep? Modern society is setting its own pace. Natural History 91 (9): 22-24, 1982.
Moore-Ede MC. Sleeping as the world turns. Natural History 91 (10): 28-36, 1982.
Kronauer RE, Czeisler CA, Pilato SF, Moore-Ede MC., Weitzman, E.D. Mathematical model of the human circadian system with two interacting oscillators. Am. J. Physiol. 242 (11): R3-R17, 1982.
Moore-Ede, MC, Sulzman FM, Fuller CA.: The clocks that time us: Physiology of the circadian timing system. Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Mass. 1982.
Fuller CA, Sulzman FM, Moore-Ede MC. Shift work and the jet-lag syndrome: Conflicts between environmental and body time. Johnson, L.C., Tepas, D.I., Colqhoun, W.P., Colligan, M.J., eds. In: The Twenty-four Hour Workday. Proceedings of a Symposium on Variations in Work-Sleep Schedules. Washington, D.C.: National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health Publication No. 81-127, 305-320.1981.
Czeisler CA., Zimmerman JC, Ronda JM, Moore-Ede M., Weitzman ED. Timing of REM sleep is coupled to the circadian rhythm of body temperature in man. Sleep 2: 329-346. 1980.
Czeisler CA, Weitzman ED, Moore-Ede MC Zimmerman JC, Knauer RS. Human sleep: Its duration and organization depend on its circadian phase. Science 210: 1264-1267. 1980.
Lydic R, Schoene WC, Czeisler CA, Moore-Ede MC. Suprachiasmatic region of the human hypothalamus: Homolog to the primate circadian pacemaker? Sleep 2 (3): 355-361, 1980.
Moore-Ede MC. Circadian rhythms in drug effectiveness and toxicity in shiftworkers. Rentos, P.G., Shepard, R.D., eds. In: National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health Report, Shiftwork and Health. Cincinnati: U.S. Dept. of Health, Education and Welfare, 254-257. 1976.