EMF Health-effect Research  

Index of Abstracts

STUDIES ON BEHAVIOUR



    • [Y]
 Red means sub-thermal effects were found (not always at significant levels).
    • [N]  The black indicates no EM effects were found.
    • [NA]
The cyan means ... Not applicable.

    [N] Effects of short-term W-CDMA mobile phone base station exposure on women with or without mobile phone related symptoms.   VIEW
    Furubayashi T, Ushiyama A, Terao Y, Mizuno Y, Shirasawa K, Pongpaibool P
    Bioelectromagnetics. 30(2):100-113, 2009

    [Y] Thermal effects of mobile phones on facial nerves and surrounding soft tissue.   VIEW
    Acar GO, Yener HM, Savrun FK, Kalkan T, Bayrak I, Enver O
    Laryngoscope. Jan 21 2009

    [Y] Effects of Radiofrequency Electromagnetic Fields (UMTS) on Reproduction and Development of Mice: A Multi-generation Study.   VIEW
    Sommer, A. M., Grote, K., Reinhardt, T., Streckert, J., Hansen, V. and Lerchl, A
    Radiat. Res. 171: 89-95, 2009

    [N] Preattentive auditory information processing under exposure to the 902 MHz GSM mobile phone electromagnetic field: A mismatch negativity (MMN) study.   VIEW
    Kwon MS, Kujala T, Huotilainen M, Shestakova A, Ntnen R, Hmlinen H
    Bioelectromagnetics. Jan 12 2009

    [N] Mobile phone base stations and adverse health effects: phase 2 of a cross-sectional study with measured radio frequency electromagnetic fields.   VIEW
    Berg-Beckhoff G, Blettner M, Kowall B, Breckenkamp J, Schlehofer B, Schmiedel S, Bornkessel C, Reis U, Potthoff P, Schuz J
    Occup Environ Med 66:124-130, 2009

    [Y] The effect of GSM-like ELF radiation on the alpha band of the human resting EEG.   VIEW
    Perentos N, Croft RJ, McKenzie RJ, Cvetkovic D, Cosic I
    Conf Proc IEEE Eng Med Biol Soc.;1:5680-5683. 2008

    [N] Physiological effects of RF exposure on hypersensitive people by a cell phone.   VIEW
    Kim DW, Lee JH, Ji HC, Kim SC, Nam KC, Cha EJ
    Conf Proc IEEE Eng Med Biol Soc.;1:2322-2325. 2008

    [N] Effects of weak mobile phone - electromagnetic fields (GSM, UMTS) on event related potentials and cognitive functions,   VIEW
    Kleinlogel H, Dierks T, Koenig T, Lehmann H, Minder A, Berz R
    Bioelectromagnetics, 29(6):488-497, 2008

    [Y] Prenatal and Postnatal Exposure to Cell Phone Use and Behavioral Problems in Children,   VIEW
    Divan HA, Kheifets L, Obel C, Olsen J
    Epidemiology, May 7 2008

    [N] Effects of weak mobile phone-Electromagnetic fields (GSM, UMTS) on event related potentials and cognitive functions,   VIEW
    Kleinlogel H, Dierks T, Koenig T, Lehmann H, Minder A, Berz R
    Bioelectromagnetics, Apr 17 2008

    [NA] Use of wireless telephones and self-reported health symptoms: a population-based study among Swedish adolescents aged 15-19 years,   VIEW
    Soderqvist F, Carlberg M, Hardell L
    Environ Health, May 21;7(1):18 2008

    [Y] The influence of the call with a mobile phone on heart rate variability parameters in healthy volunteers,   VIEW
    Andrzejak R, Poreba R, Poreba M, Derkacz A, Skalik R, Gac P, Beck B, Steinmetz-Beck A, Pilecki W
    Ind Health, 46(4):409-417, 2008

    [Y] Mobile phone exposure and spatial memory,   VIEW
    Wiholm C, Lowden A, Kuster N, Hillert L, Arnetz BB, Akerstedt T, Moffat SD
    Bioelectromagnetics, Sep 15 2008

    [Y] GSM base stations: Short-term effects on well-being,   VIEW
    Augner C, Florian M, Pauser G, Oberfeld G, Hacker GW
    Bioelectromagnetics, Sep 19 2008

    [Y] Mobile phone base stations and adverse health effects: Phase 1: A population-based cross-sectional study in Germany.   VIEW
    Blettner M, Schlehofer B, Breckenkamp J, Kowall B, Schmiedel S, Reis U, Potthoff P, Schuez J, Berg-Beckhoff G
    Occup Environ Med. Nov 18 2008

    [NA] Can evidence change belief? Reported mobile phone sensitivity following individual feedback of an inability to discriminate active from sham signals.   VIEW
    Nieto-Hernandez R, Rubin GJ, Cleare AJ, Weinman JA, Wessely S
    J Psychosom Res. 65(5):453-460, 2008

    [N] Effects of twenty-minute 3G mobile phone irradiation on event related potential components and early gamma synchronization in auditory oddball paradigm.   VIEW
    Stefanics G, Thurczy G, Kellnyi L, Herndi I
    Neuroscience. 157(2):453-462, 2008

    [Y] Cognitive function and symptoms in adults and adolescents in relation to rf radiation from UMTS base stations.   VIEW
    Riddervold IS, Pedersen GF, Andersen NT, Pedersen AD, Andersen JB, Zachariae R, Mlhave L, Sigsgaard T, Kjaergaard SK
    Bioelectromagnetics. 29(4):257-267, 2008

    [N] Pulsed and continuous wave mobile phone exposure over left versus right hemisphere: Effects on human cognitive function.   VIEW
    Haarala C, Takio F, Rintee T, Laine M, Koivisto M, Revonsuo A, Hamalainen H
    Bioelectromagnetics. Jan 3; 2007

    [Y] Altered cortical excitability in subjectively electrosensitive patients: results of a pilot study.   VIEW
    Landgrebe M, Hauser S, Langguth B, Frick U, Hajak G, Eichhammer P.
    J Psychosom Res. 62(3):283-288, 2007

    [Y] Altered cortical excitability in subjectively electrosensitive patients: results of a pilot study.   VIEW
    Landgrebe M, Hauser S, Langguth B, Frick U, Hajak G, Eichhammer P.
    J Psychosom Res. 62(3):283-288, 2007

    [Y] Electroencephalographic, personality, and executive function measures associated with frequent mobile phone use   VIEW
    Arns M, Van Luijtelaar G, Sumich A, Hamilton R, Gordon E
    Int J Neurosci. 117(9):1341-1360, 2007

    [N] Effects of high frequency electromagnetic field (EMF) emitted by mobile phones on the human motor cortex.   VIEW
    Inomata-Terada S, Okabe S, Arai N, Hanajima R, Terao Y, Frubayashi T, Ugawa Y
    Bioelectromagnetics. May 21; 2007

    [N] Effects of thirty-minute mobile phone exposure on saccades.   VIEW
    Terao Y, Okano T, Furubayashi T, Yugeta A, Inomata-Terada S, Ugawa Y
    Clin Neurophysiol. 118(7):1545-1556, 2007

    [N] Effects of mobile phone electromagnetic fields on an auditory order threshold task.   VIEW
    Cinel C, Boldini A, Russo R, Fox E
    Bioelectromagnetics. May 10 2007

    [Y] Mobile phone 'talk-mode' signal delays EEG-determined sleep onset.   VIEW
    Hung CS, Anderson C, Horne JA, McEvoy P
    Neurosci Lett. May 24 2007

    [N] Effects of cellular phone use on ear canal temperature measured by NTC thermistors   VIEW
    Tahvanainen K, Nino J, Halonen P, Kuusela T, Alanko T , Laitinen T , Lansimies E, Hietanen M, Lindholm H
    Clin Physiol Funct Imaging. 27(3):162-172, 2007

    [Y] Cognitive impairment in rats after long-term exposure to GSM-900 mobile phone radiation.   VIEW
    Nittby H, Grafstrm G, Tian DP, Malmgren L, Brun A, Persson BR, Salford LG, Eberhardt J
    Bioelectromagnetics. Nov 28 2007

    [N] Effects of GSM Cellular Phones on Human Hearing:   VIEW
    Parazzini M, Brazzale AR, Paglialonga A, Tognola G, Collet L, Moulin A, Lutman ME, Bell SL, Thomas NA, Uloziene I, Uloza V, Thuroczy G, Tavartkiladze G, Tsalighopoulos M, Kyriafinis G, Ravazzani P
    Radiat Res. 168(5):608-613, 2007

    [N] No effect of an UMTS mobile phone-like electromagnetic field of 1.97 GHz on human attention and reaction time.   VIEW
    Unterlechner M, Sauter C, Schmid G, Zeitlhofer J
    Bioelectromagnetics. Oct 23; 2007

    [N] Effects of mobile phone exposure on time frequency fine structure of transiently evoked otoacoustic emissions.   VIEW
    Paglialonga A, Tognola G, Parazzini M, Lutman ME, Bell SL, Thuroczy G, Ravazzani P.
    J Acoust Soc Am. 122(4):2174-2182, 2007

    [Y] Pulsed radio-frequency electromagnetic fields: dose-dependent effects on sleep, the sleep EEG and cognitive performance.   VIEW
    Regel SJ, Tinguely G, Schuderer J, Adam M, Kuster N, Landolt HP, Achermann P.
    J Sleep Res. 16(3):253-258, 2007

    [N] Comparison of the effects of continuous and pulsed mobile phone like RF exposure on the human EEG.   VIEW
    Perentos N, Croft RJ, McKenzie RJ, Cvetkovic D, Cosic I
    Australas Phys Eng Sci Med. 30(4):274-280, 2007

    [N] Psychomotor performance is not influenced by brief repeated exposures to mobile phones.   VIEW
    Curcio G, Valentini E, Moroni F, Ferrara M, De Gennaro L, Bertini M
    Bioelectromagnetics. Dec 28 2007

    [N] Pulsed and continuous wave mobile phone exposure over left versus right hemisphere: Effects on human cognitive function,   VIEW
    Haarala C, Takio F, Rintee T, Laine M, Koivisto M, Revonsuo A, Hamalainen H
    Bioelectromagnetics, Jan 3; 2007

    [Y] Effects of pulsed and continuous wave 902 MHz mobile phone exposure on brain oscillatory activity during cognitive processing,   VIEW
    Krause CM, Pesonen M, Haarala Bjornberg C, Hamalainen H
    Bioelectromagnetics, Jan 3; 2007

    [N] Survey of mobile phone use and their chronic effects on the hearing of a student population,   VIEW
    Davidson HC, Lutman ME
    Int J Audiol, 46(3):113-118, 2007

    [Y] Neurophysiologic effects at low level 1,8 GHz radiofrequency field exposure: a multiparametric approach on freely moving rats,   VIEW
    Crouzier D, Debouzy JC, Bourbon F, Collin A, Perrin A, Testylier G
    Pathol Biol (Paris), Jul 31 2006

    [Y] Acute mobile phone effects on pre-attentive operation.   VIEW
    Papageorgiou CC, Nanou ED, Tsiafakis VG, Kapareliotis E, Kontoangelos KA, Capsalis CN, Rabavilas AD, Soldatos CR.
    Neurosci Lett. Jan 4; 2006

    [Y] Subjective symptoms, sleeping problems, and cognitive performance in subjects living near mobile phone base stations   VIEW
    Hutter HP, Moshammer H, Wallner P, Kundi M
    Occup Environ Med. 63(5):307-313, 2006

    [Y] Effect of electromagnetic fields emitted by cellular phones on the latency of evoked electrodermal activity   VIEW
    Esen F, Esen H
    Int J Neurosci. 116(3):321-329, 2006

    [Y] GSM radiation triggers seizures and increases cerebral c-Fos positivity in rats pretreated with subconvulsive doses of picrotoxin.   VIEW
    Lopez-Martin E, Relova-Quinteiro JL, Gallego-Gomez R, Peleteiro-Fernandez M, Jorge-Barreiro FJ, Ares-Pena FJ.
    Neurosci Lett. Jan 27 2006

    [Y] Mobile phone emissions and human brain excitability.   VIEW
    Ferreri F , Curcio G, Pasqualetti P, De Gennaro L, Fini R, Rossini PM
    Ann Neurol. Jun 26; 2006

    [Y] Neurobehavioral effects among inhabitants around mobile phone base stations,   VIEW
    Abdel-Rassoul G, El-Fateh OA, Salem MA, Michael A, Farahat F, El-Batanouny M, Salem E
    Neurotoxicology, Aug 1; 2006

    [Y] Electromagnetic fields produced by GSM cellular phones and heart rate variability,   VIEW
    Parazzini M, Ravazzani P, Tognola G, Thuroczy G, Molnar FB, Sacchettini A, Ardesi G, Mainardi LT
    Bioelectromagnetics, Sep 26; 2006

    [N] Effects of thirty-minute mobile phone use on visuo-motor reaction time,   VIEW
    Terao Y, Okano T, Furubayashi T, Ugawa Y
    Clin Neurophysiol, Sep 25; 2006

    [Y] Effects of RF exposure of teenagers and adults by CDMA cellular phones   VIEW
    Nam KC, Kim SW, Kim SC, Kim DW
    .Bioelectromagnetics. 27(7):509-514, 2006

    [Y] Mobile phone emissions and human brain excitability.   VIEW
    Ferreri F, Curcio G, Pasqualetti P, De Gennaro L, Fini R, Rossini PM.
    Ann Neurol. Jun 26; 2006

    [Y] Mobile phone effects on children's event-related oscillatory EEG during an auditory memory task,   VIEW
    Krause CM, Bjornberg CH, Pesonen M, Hulten A, Liesivuori T, Koivisto M, Revonsuo A, Laine M, Hamalainen H
    Int J Radiat Biol, 82(6):443-450, 2006

    [Y] UMTS Base Station-like Exposure, Well-Being, and Cognitive Performance,   VIEW
    Regel SJ, Negovetic S, Roosli M, Berdinas V, Schuderer J, Huss A, Lott U, Kuster N, Achermann P
    Environ Health Perspect, 114(8):1270-1275, 2006

    [Y] Effects of fexofenadine and hydroxyzine on brake reaction time during car-driving with cellular phone use.   VIEW
    Tashiro M, Horikawa E, Mochizuki H, Sakurada Y, Kato M, Inokuchi T, Ridout F, Hindmarch I, Yanai K.
    Hum Psychopharmacol. Aug 5; 2005

    [N] Electromagnetic field emitted by 902 MHz mobile phones shows no effects on children's cognitive function   VIEW
    Haarala C, Bergman M, Laine M, Revonsuo A, Koivisto M, Hamalainen H
    Bioelectromagnetics. Jul 29; 2005

    [Y] Mobile phone related-hazards and subjective hearing and vision symptoms in the Saudi population.   VIEW
    Meo SA, Al-Drees AM
    Int J Occup Med Environ Health. 18(1):53-57, 2005

    [Y] Subjective symptoms related to mobile phone use   VIEW
    Szyjkowska A, Bortkiewicz A, Szymczak W, Makowiec-Dabrowska T.
    Pol Merkuriusz Lek. 19(112):529-532, 2005

    [N] Does acute exposure to mobile phones affect human attention?   VIEW
    Russo R, Fox E, Cinel C, Boldini A, Defeyter MA, Mirshekar-Syahkal D, Mehta A
    Bioelectromagnetics. Nov 22; 2005

    [N] Electromagnetic Fields from Mobile Phones do not Affect the Inner Auditory System of Sprague-Dawley Rats.   VIEW
    Galloni P, Parazzini M, Piscitelli M, Pinto R, Lovisolo GA, Tognola G, Marino C, Ravazzani P.
    Radiat Res. 164(6):798-804, 2005

    [Y] Effects of radiofrequency radiation emitted by cellular telephones on the cognitive functions of humans.   VIEW
    Eliyahu I, Luria R, Hareuveny R, Margaliot M, Meiran N, Shani G
    Bioelectromagnetics. Nov 22; 2005

    [Y] Psychophysiological tests and provocation of subjects with mobile phone related symptoms   VIEW
    Wilen J, Johansson A, Kalezic N, Lyskov E, Sandstrom M
    Bioelectromagnetics. Nov 22; 2005

    [Y] The effect of electromagnetic fields emitted by mobile phones on human sleep.   VIEW
    Loughran SP, Wood AW, Barton JM, Croft RJ, Thompson B, Stough C.
    Neuroreport. 16(17):1973-1976, 2005

    [Y] Kerekhanjanarong V, Supiyaphun P, Naratricoon J, Laungpitackchumpon P.   VIEW
    The effect of mobile phone to audiologic system.
    J Med Assoc Thai. Sep;88 Suppl 4:S231-234. 2005

    [Y] Study of effects of low level microwave field by method of face masking,   VIEW
    Rodina A, Lass J, Riipulk J, Bachmann T, Hinrikus H,
    Bioelectromagnetics, 26(7):571-577, 2005

    [Y] Hearing level and intensive use of mobile phones   VIEW
    Garcia Callejo FJ, Garcia Callejo F, Pena Santamaria J, Alonso Castaneira I, Sebastian Gil E, Marco Algarra J.
    Acta Otorrinolaringol Esp. 56(5):187-191, 2005

    [N] Blood-brain barrier and electromagnetic fields: Effects of scopolamine methylbromide on working memory after whole-body exposure to 2.45GHz microwaves in rats.   VIEW
    Cosquer B, Vasconcelos AP, Frohlich J, Cassel JC
    Behav Brain Res. 161(2):229-237, 2005

    [N] Whole-body exposure to 2.45GHz electromagnetic fields does not alter 12-arm radial-maze with reduced access to spatial cues in rats.   VIEW
    Cosquer B, Kuster N, Cassel JC.
    Behav Brain Res. 161(2):331-334, 2005

    [Y] Effect of 902 MHz mobile phone transmission on cognitive function in children.   VIEW
    Preece AW, Goodfellow S, Wright MG, Butler SR, Dunn EJ, Johnson Y, Manktelow TC, Wesnes K.
    Bioelectromagnetics. Jun 1; 2005

    [N] No influence on selected parameters of human visual perception of 1970 MHz UMTS-like exposure.   VIEW
    Schmid G, Sauter C, Stepansky R, Lobentanz IS, Zeitlhofer J
    Bioelectromagnetics. 26(4):243-250, 2005

    [NA] Psychological predictors of problem mobile phone use.   VIEW
    Bianchi A, Phillips JG.
    Cyberpsychol Behav. 8(1):39-51, 2005

    [NA] Intensity of mobile phone use and health compromising behaviours: how is information and communication technology connected to health-related lifestyle in adolescence?   VIEW
    Leena K, Tomi L, Arja RR.
    J Adolesc. 28(1):35-47, 2005

    [N] No effect on cognitive function from daily mobile phone use   VIEW
    Besset A, Espa F, Dauvilliers Y, Billiard M, de Seze R.
    Bioelectromagnetics. 26(2):102-108, 2005

    [NA] Effects of prolonged wakefulness combined with alcohol and hands-free cell phone divided attention tasks on simulated driving.   VIEW
    Iudice A, Bonanni E, Gelli A, Frittelli C, Iudice G, Cignoni F, Ghicopulos I, Murri L.
    Hum Psychopharmacol. Jan 13 2005

    [N] Can electromagnetic fields emitted by mobile phones stimulate the vestibular organ?   VIEW
    Pau HW, Sievert U, Eggert S, Wild W.
    Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg. 132(1):43-49, 2005

    [N] Whole-body exposure to 2.45 GHz electromagnetic fields does not alter anxiety responses in rats   VIEW
    Cosquer B, Galani R, Kuster N, Cassel JC.
    Behav Brain Res. 156(1):65-74, 2005

    [Y] A survey study on some neurological symptoms and sensations experienced by long term users of mobile phones.   VIEW
    Balikci K, Cem Ozcan I, Turgut-Balik D, Balik HH.
    Pathol Biol (Paris). 53(1):30-34, 2005

    [NA] Factors influencing the use of cellular (mobile) phone during driving and hazards while using it.   VIEW
    Poysti L, Rajalin S, Summala H.
    Accid Anal Prev. 37(1):47-51, 2005

    [N] Hands-free mobile phone conversation impairs the peripheral visual system to an extent comparable to an alcohol level of 4-5 g 100 ml.   VIEW
    Langer P, Holzner B, Magnet W, Kopp M
    Hum Psychopharmacol. 20(1):65-66, 2005

    [Y] The effect of mobile phone to audiologic system,   VIEW
    Kerekhanjanarong V, Supiyaphun P, Naratricoon J, Laungpitackchumpon P
    J Med Assoc Thai, Sep;88 Suppl 4:S231-234 2005

    [Y] Conversation limits the functional field of view.   VIEW
    Atchley P, Dressel J.
    Hum Factors. 46(4):664-673, 2004

    [Y] Time-course of electromagnetic field effects on human performance and tympanic temperature.   VIEW
    Curcio G, Ferrara M, De Gennaro L, Cristiani R, D'Inzeo G, Bertini M.
    Neuroreport. 15(1):161-164, 2004

    [Y] Profiles in driver distraction: effects of cell phone conversations on younger and older drivers.   VIEW
    Strayer DL, Drews FA.
    Hum Factors. 46(4):640-649, 2004

    [N] Long-term sickness and mobile phone use   VIEW
    Hallberg O, Johansson O.
    J Aust Coll Nutr & Env med 23:11-12, 2004

    [Y] Interaction of microwaves and a temporally incoherent magnetic field on spatial learning in the rat.   VIEW
    Lai H.
    Physiol Behav. 82(5):785-789, 2004

    [N] Whole-body exposure to 2.45 GHz electromagnetic fields does not alter radial-maze performance in rats.   VIEW
    Cassel JC, Cosquer B, Galani R, Kuster N.
    Behav Brain Res. 155(1):37-43, 2004

    [Y] Association of mobile phone radiation with fatigue, headache, dizziness, tension and sleep disturbance in Saudi population.   VIEW
    Al-Khlaiwi T, Meo SA.
    Saudi Med J. 25(6):732-736, 2004

    [NA] Validation of self-reported cellular phone use   VIEW
    Samkange-Zeeb F, Berg G, Blettner M.
    J Expo Anal Environ Epidemiol. 14(3):245-248, 2004

    [N] Is cochlear outer hair cell function affected by mobile telephone radiation?   VIEW
    Monnery PM, Srouji EI, Bartlett J
    Clin Otolaryngol 29(6):747-749, 2004

    [N] 2.45 GHz EMF does not alter radial-maze performance in rats.   VIEW
    Cassel JC, Cosquer B, Galani R, Kuster N.
    Behav Brain Res. 155(1):37-43, 2004

    [Y] Cell phone use and visual attention.   VIEW
    Golden C, Golden CJ, Schneider B
    Percept Mot Skills. 97(2):385-389, 2003

    [Y] Survey study of people living in the vicinity of cellular phone base stations.   VIEW
    Santini R, Santini P, Le Ruz P, Danze JM, Seigne M
    Electromag Biol Med 22:41-49, 2003

    [N] Effects of chronic exposure of electromagnetic fields from mobile phones on hearing in rats.   VIEW
    Kizilay A, Ozturan O, Erdem T, Tayyar Kalcioglu M, Cem Miman M
    Auris Nasus Larynx. 30(3):239-245, 2003

    [Y] Effect of cellular telephone conversations and other potential interference on reaction time in a braking response.   VIEW
    Consiglio W, Driscoll P, Witte M, Berg WP
    Accid Anal Prev 35(4):495-500, 2003

    [N] Effect of a 902 MHz electromagnetic field emitted by mobile phones on human cognitive function: A replication study.   VIEW
    Haarala C, Bjornberg L, Ek M, Laine M, Revonsuo A, Koivisto M, Hamalainen H
    Bioelectromagnetics 24(4):283-288, 2003

    [N] 1439 MHz pulsed TDMA fields affect performance of rats in a T-maze task only when body temperature is elevated.   VIEW
    Yamaguchi H, Tsurita G, Ueno S, Watanabe S, Wake K, Taki M, Nagawa H
    Bioelectromagnetics 24(4):223-230, 2003

    [Y] Subjective symptoms among mobile phone users-A consequence of absorption of radiofrequency fields?   VIEW
    Wilen J, Sandstrom M, Hansson Mild K.
    Bioelectromagnetics 24(3):152-159, 2003

    [N] Effects of the electromagnetic field of mobile telephones on hearing   VIEW
    Ozturan O, Erdem T, Miman MC, Kalcioglu MT, Oncel S.
    Acta Otolaryngol. 122(3):289-293, 2002

    [Y] The acute effects of exposure to the electromagnetic field emitted by mobile phones on human attention   VIEW
    Edelstyn N, Oldershaw A
    Neuroreport 13(1):119-121, 2002

    [Y] Turning gap acceptance decision-making: the impact of driver distraction.   VIEW
    Cooper PJ, Zheng Y
    J Safety Res 33(3):321-335, 2002

    [Y] Distractions and the risk of car crash injury: the effect of drivers' age.   VIEW
    Lam LT
    J Safety Res 33(3):411-419, 2002

    [Y] Effects of mobile phone emissions on human brain activity and sleep variables.   VIEW
    Hamblin DL, Wood AW
    Int J Radiat Biol 78(8):659-669, 2002

    [NA] Effects of manual versus voice-activated dialing during simulated driving.   VIEW
    Jenness JW, Lattanzio RJ, O'Toole M, Taylor N, Pax C
    Percept Mot Skills 94(2):363-379, 2002

    [Y] Effects of exposure to low level radiofrequency fields on acetylcholine release in hippocampus of freely moving rats   VIEW
    Testylier G , Tonduli L, Malabiau R, Debouzy JC.
    Bioelectromagnetics 23:249-255, 2002

    [N] Hypersensitivity symptoms associated with exposure to cellular telephones: No causal link   VIEW
    Hietanen M, Hmlinen A-M, Husman T.
    Bioelectromagnetics 23:264-270, 2002

    [N] Does head-only exposure to GSM-900 electromagnetic fields affect the performance of rats in spatial learning tasks?   VIEW
    Dubreuil D, Jay T, Edeline JM.
    Behav Brain Res 129(1-2):203-210, 2002

    [Y] Driven to distraction: dual-Task studies of simulated driving and conversing on a cellular telephone   VIEW
    Strayer DL, Johnston WA.
    Psychol Sci 12(6):462-466, 2001

    [NA] Microwave sickness: a reappraisal.   VIEW
    Hocking B ,
    Occup Med (Lond) 51(1):66-69, 2001

    [Y] Ibuprofen effects on behavioral thermoregulation with microwave radiation in albino rats.   VIEW
    Vitulli WF, Nemeth YM, Conte CT,
    Percept Mot Skills 92(2):391-394, 2001

    [Y] Effect on human attention of exposure to the electromagnetic field emitted by mobile phones   VIEW
    Lee TMC, Ho SMY, Tsang LYH, Yang SYC, Li LSW, Chan CCH,
    NeuroReport 12:729-731, 2001

    [N] Effect of Immobilization and Concurrent Exposure to a Pulse-Modulated Microwave Field   VIEW
    Stagg RB, Hawel LH III, Pastorian K, Cain C, Adey WR, Byus CV,
    Radiat Res 155(4):584-592, 2001

    [N] Prenatal exposure to 900 MHz, cell-phone electromagnetic fields had no effect on operant-behavior performances of adult rats.   VIEW
    Bornhausen M, Scheingraber H,
    Bioelectromagnetics 21(8):566-574, 2000

    [Y] Neural and behavioral teratological evaluation of rats exposed to ultra-wideband electromagnetic fields.   VIEW
    Cobb BL, Jauchem JR, Mason PA, Dooley MP, Miller SA, Ziriax JM, Murphy MR,
    Bioelectromagnetics 21(7):524-537, 2000

    [N] Low-level exposure to pulsed 900 MHz microwave radiation does not cause deficits in the performance of a spatial learning task in mice.   VIEW
    Sienkiewicz ZJ, Blackwell RP, Haylock RG, Saunders RD, Cobb BL
    Bioelectromagnetics 21(3):151-158, 2000

    [Y] Effects of 902 MHz electromagnetic field emitted by cellular telephones on response times in humans.   VIEW
    Koivisto M, Revonsuo A, Krause C, Haarala C, Sillanmaki L, Laine M, Hamalainen H
    Neuroreport 11(2):413-415, 2000

    [N] Effects of microwaves (900 MHz) on the cochlear receptor: exposure systems and preliminary results.   VIEW
    Marino C, Cristalli G, Galloni P, Pasqualetti P, Piscitelli M, Lovisolo GA ,
    Radiat Environ Biophys 39(2):131-136, 2000

    [Y] Species specificity, age factors, and various neurochemical correlates of the animal spontaneous behavior after exposure to WMF of the ultra-low intensity   VIEW
    Shtemberg AS, Uzbekov MG, Shikhov SN, Bazian AS, Cherniakov GM,
    Zh Vyssh Nerv Deiat Im I P Pavlova 50(4):703-715, 2000

    [N] Low-level exposure to pulsed 900 MHz microwave radiation does not cause deficits in the performance of a spatial learning task in mice.   VIEW
    Sienkiewicz ZJ, Blackwell RP, Haylock RG, Saunders RD, Cobb BL
    Bioelectromagnetics 21(3):151-158, 2000

    [NA] Heating and pain sensation produced in human skin by millimeter waves: comparison to a simple thermal model   VIEW
    Walters TJ, Blick DW, Johnson LR, Adair ER, Foster KR
    Health Phys 78(3):259-267, 2000

    [Y] Microwaves emitted by cellular telephones affect human slow brain potentials.   VIEW
    Freude G, Ullsperger P, Eggert S, Ruppe I,
    Eur J Appl Physiol 81(1-2):18-27, 2000

    [Y] Mobile phone induced sensorineural hearing loss.   VIEW
    Al-Dousary SH
    Saudi Med J. 28(8):1283-1286, 200

    [N] Ultrawideband radiation and pentylenetetrazol-induced convulsions in rats   VIEW
    Miller SA, Bronson ME, Murphy MR
    Bioelectromagnetics 20(5):327-329, 1999

    [Y] Pulsed high-frequency electromagnetic field affects human sleep and sleep electroencephalogram.   VIEW
    Borbely AA, Huber R, Graf T, Fuchs B, Gallmann E, Achermann P
    Neurosci Lett 275(3):207-210, 1999

    [NA] Cause-specific mortality in cellular telephone users.   VIEW
    Dreyer NA, Loughlin JE, Rothman KJ,
    JAMA 282(19):1814-1816, 1999

    [N] Acute effects of using a mobile phone on CNS functions.   VIEW
    Hladky A, Musil J, Roth Z, Urban P, Blazkova V
    Cent Eur J Public Health 7(4):165-167. 1999

    [Y] Effects of low-intensity electromagnetic fields on behavioral activity of rats.   VIEW
    Kemerov S, Marinkev M, Getova D
    Folia Med (Plovdiv) 41(3):75-80, 1999

    [Y] Effects of mobile GSM radiotelephone exposure on the auditory brainstem response (ABR)   VIEW
    Kellenyi L, Thuroczy G, Faludy B, Lenard L
    eurobiology 7:79-81, 1999

    [NA] Cognitive load and detection thresholds in car following situations: safety implications for using mobile (cellular) telephones while driving.   VIEW
    Lamble D, Kauranen T, Laakso M, Summala H
    Accid Anal Pre ;31(6):617-623, 1999

    [Y] Mobile phones modulate response patterns of human brain activity.   VIEW
    Eulitz C, Ullsperger P, Freude G, Elbert T,
    Neuroreport 9(14):3229-3232, 1998

    [Y] Suppression of evoked and spontaneous field potentials by radiofrequency radiation in rat hippocampal slices.   VIEW
    Tattersell JEH, Nettell JJ, Wood SJ
    Presented at the Twentieth Annual Meeting of the Bioelectromagnetics Society, St. Pete Beach, FL, June 1998

    [N] Does acute exposure to the electromagnetic field emitted by a mobile phone influence visual evoked potentials? A pilot study.   VIEW
    Urban P, Lukas E, Roth Z
    Cent Eur J Public Health 6(4):288-290, 1998

    [N] Human sleep under the influence of pulsed radiofrequency electromagnetic fields: a polysomnographic study using standardized conditions.   VIEW
    Wagner P, Roschke J, Mann K, Hiller W, Frank C
    Bioelectromagnetics 19(3):199-202, 1998

    [NA] Regional brain heating during microwave exposure (2.06 GHz), warm-water immersion, environmental heating and exercise.   VIEW
    Walters TJ, Ryan KL, Belcher JC, Doyle JM, Tehrany MR, Mason PA
    Bioelectromagnetics 19(6):341-53, 1998

    [Y] Cellular phone effects on otoacoustic emissions   VIEW
    Grisanti G, Parlapiano C, Tamburello CC, Tine G, Zanforlin L
    IEEE MTT-S Digest 2: 771-774, 1998

    [Y] Effects of microwaves emitted by cellular phones on human slow brain potentials.   VIEW
    Freude G, Ullsperger P, Eggert S, Ruppe I,
    Bioelectromagnetics 19(6):384-387, 1998

    [NA] Car phones and car crashes: an ecologic analysis.   VIEW
    Min ST, Redelmeier DA
    Can J Public Health 89(3):157-161, 1998

    [Y] Acute Exposure to Pulsed 2450-MHz Microwaves Affects Water-Maze Performance of Rats   VIEW
    Wang B, Lai H
    Bioelectromagnetics (In press) 1998

    [Y] Thresholds of microwave-evoked warmth sensations in human skin.   VIEW
    Blick DW, Adair ER, Hurt WD, Sherry CJ, Walters TJ, Merritt JH
    Bioelectromagnetics 18(6):403-409, 1997

    [NA] Association between cellular-telephone calls and motor vehicle collisions.   VIEW
    Redelmeier DA, Tibshirani RJ,
    N Engl J Med 13;336(7):453-458, 1997

    [NA] Age does not affect thermal and cardiorespiratory responses to microwave heating in calorically restricted rats   VIEW
    Ryan KL, Walters TJ, Tehrany MR, Lovelace JD, Jauchem JR
    Shock 8(1):55-60, 1997

    [Y] Effects of pulsed high-frequency electromagnetic fields on human sleep   VIEW
    Mann K, Roschke J
    Neuropsychobiology 33(1):41-47, 1996

    [Y] Spatial learning deficit in the rat after exposure to a 60 Hz magnetic field.   VIEW
    Lai H
    Bioelectromagnetics. 1996. 17(6). P 494-6. 1996

    [N] Experimental research on the biological action of the pulse-modulated microwave radiation created by shipboard radar stations   VIEW
    Kaliada TV, Nikitina VN, Liashko GG, Masterova IIu, Shaposhnikova ES,
    Med Tr Prom Ekol (11):15-17, 1995

    [N] Lack of behavioral effects in non-human primates after exposure to ultrawideband electromagnetic radiation in the microwave frequency range.   VIEW
    Sherry CJ, Blick DW, Walters TJ, Brown GC, Murphy MR,
    Radiat Res 143(1):93-97, 1995

    [Y] Motor activity of rabbits in conditions of chronic low-intensity pulse microwave irradiation   VIEW
    Grigor'ev IuG, Luk'ianova SN, Makarov VP, Rynskov VV, Moiseeva NV
    Radiats Biol Radioecol 35(1):29-35, 1995

    [Y] Influence of microwave exposure on chlordiazepoxide effects in the mouse staircase test.   VIEW
    Quock RM, Klauenberg BJ, Hurt WD, Merritt JH
    Pharmacol Biochem Behav 47(4):845-849, 1994

    [Y] Microwave irradiation affects radial-arm maze performance in the rat.   VIEW
    Lai H, Horita A, Guy AW
    Bioelectromagnetics. 1994. 15(2). P 95-104. 1994

    [Y] Disruption of a putative working memory task and selective expression of brain c-fos following microwave-induced hyperthermia   VIEW
    Mickley GA, Cobb BL, Mason PA, Farrell S,
    Physiol Behav 55(6):1029-1038, 1994

    [Y] Influence of microwave exposure on chlordiazepoxide effects in the mouse staircase test.   VIEW
    Quock RM, Klauenberg BJ, Hurt WD, Merritt JH
    Pharmacol Biochem Behav 47(4):845-849, 1994

    [Y] Rhesus monkey behavior during exposure to high-peak-power 5.62-GHz microwave pulses.   VIEW
    D'Andrea JA, Thomas A, Hatcher DJ,
    Bioelectromagnetics 15(2):163-176, 1994

    [Y] The effect of ultrahigh-frequency electromagnetic radiation on learning and memory processes   VIEW
    Krylova IN, Dukhanin AS, Il'in AB, Kuznetsova EIu, Balaeva NV, Shimanovskii NL, Pal'tsev IuP, Iasnetsov VV
    Biull Eksp Biol Med 114(11):483-484, 1994

    [Y] Microwave irradiation affects radial-arm maze performance in the rat   VIEW
    Lai H, Horita A, Guy AW,
    Bioelectromagnetics 15(2):95-104, 1994

    [Y] Pharmacologic correction of learning and memory disorders induced by exposure to high-frequency electromagnetic radiation   VIEW
    Krylov IN, Iasnetsov VV, Dukhanin AS, Pal'tsev IuP,
    Biull Eksp Biol Med 115(3):260-262, 1993

    [Y] The modification of the effect of microwave radiation on the biochemical processes in anaphylactic shock by using exposure to a weak and perturbed geomagnetic field   VIEW
    Podkovkin VG
    Radiobiologiia 33(1):166-169, 1993

    [Y] Temporal bisection in rats: the effects of high-peak-power pulsed microwave irradiation   VIEW
    Raslear TG, Akyel Y, Bates F, Belt M, Lu ST
    Bioelectromagnetics 14(5):459-478, 1993

    [N] Long-term, low-level microwave irradiation of rats.   VIEW
    Chou CK, Guy AW, Kunz LL, Johnson RB, Crowley JJ, Krupp JH,
    Bioelectromagnetics 13(6):469-496, 1992

    [Y] Effect of extremely high-frequency electromagnetic radiation on the function of skin sensory endings   VIEW
    Enin LD, Akoev GN, Potekhina IL, Oleiner VD,
    Patol Fiziol Eksp Ter Sep-Dec;(5-6):23-25, 1992

    [N] Modification of acoustic startle by microwave pulses in the rat: a preliminary report.   VIEW
    Seaman RL, Beblo DA
    Bioelectromagnetics 13(4):323-328, 1992

    [N] Immediate post-exposure effects of high-peak-power microwave pulses on operant behavior of Wistar rats.   VIEW
    Akyel Y, Hunt EL, Gambrill C, Vargas C Jr
    Bioelectromagnetics 12(3):183-195, 1991

    [N] Lack of behavioral effects in the rhesus monkey: high peak microwave pulses at 1.3 GHz.   VIEW
    D'Andrea JA, Cobb BL, de Lorge JO,
    Bioelectromagnetics 10(1):65-76, 1989

    [N] Effects of pulsed microwave radiation pre-and postnatally on the developing brain in mice.   VIEW
    Chiang H, Yao GD
    J Bioelectricity 6:197-204, 1987

    [Y] Effects of low-level microwave irradiation on hippocampal and frontal cortical choline uptake are classically conditionable.   VIEW
    Lai H, Horita A, Chou CK, Guy AW
    Pharmacol-Biochem-Behav. 1987 Aug. 27(4). P 635-9. 1987

    [Y] Low-level microwave irradiation attenuates naloxone-induced withdrawal syndrome in morphine-dependent rats   VIEW
    Lai H, Horita A, Chou CK, Guy AW,
    Pharmacol-Biochem-Behav. Jan. 24(1). P 151-3. 1986

    [Y] Effects of low-level microwave irradiation on amphetamine hyperthermia are blockable by naloxone and classically conditionable.   VIEW
    Lai H, Horita A, Chou CK, Guy AW
    Psychopharmacology-Berl. 1986. 88(3). P 354-61. 1986

    [Y] Psychoactive-drug response is affected by acute low-level microwave irradiation.   VIEW
    Lai H, Horita A, Chou CK, Guy AW
    Bioelectromagnetics. 1983. 4(3). P 205-14. 1983

Note: Some of the above research has produced results which suggest long-term use of cellphones could be harmful, and some has produced no results. Note that finding some effect does not necessarily mean that the effect is adverse to humans, or that it is potentially harmful. The body has good repair mechanisms. Of course it does suggest that more research is probably urgently needed to find out what it does signify.

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