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please explain phase delay/advance and/or forward/backward shift rotation in relation to shift work????
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Forward shift rotation: for example the first week being on at 7am, then the next week being on at 2pm, then the next week being on at 8pm.
Backwards shift rotation: the first week being on at 8pm, the second week being on at 2pm then the next week being on at 7am ,
not necesarily split up by weeks but you get the idea.
GORDAN looked into philadelphia police officers. He changed them from a BRS to a FRS and found 40% more alertness on the job.

Phase delay: is when you sleep later/wake later
Phase advance: when you sleep earlier/wake later
Schwartz found that basketball players performed better when they were suffering from phase delay instead of phase advance.



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