We monitored rest-activity rhythm, using the technique of wrist actigraphv, in 20 rotational shift workers (SWs) who have ample opportunity to sleep while availing night shift. This rhythm was also assessedin 20 day workers (DWs). Data were gathered at one-minute epoch length and were analyzed to determine period (T), autocorrelation coefficient (r24) and dichotomy index (J
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Parganiha, Soni and Kumarpati (2010). Covert Weakening of Circadian Organization in a Cohort of Rotational Shift Workers. Journal of Ravishankar University (Part-B: Science), 23(1), pp. 50-56.