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[Is CNS activity modified by pulsed electromagnetic fields?]

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In the present pilot study we examined the effects of electromagnetic fields on the biological organism. The study was prompted by discussions on the possible effects on the nervous system and cognitive processes of fields produced by mobile phones. The experiments were performed in an electrophysiological laboratory. Eleven volunteers were exposed to pulsed electromagnetic fields (GSM standard). The psychophysiological method of assessing the order threshold (Ordnungsschwelle = OS) was used to examine cognitive performance. Under the test conditions, nine of the subjects showed a loss of mental regeneration, as reflected by an increase in the OS, in comparison with the field-free situation. The results of our experiments suggest an influence of pulsed fields on the cognitive regeneration process.

Author:

Maier, R.

Year:

2001

Volume:

46

Pages:

18-23--

Keywords:

Adult Attention/*physiology Auditory Perception/*physiology Cerebral Cortex/*physiology Double-Blind Method *Electromagnetic Fields Female Humans

Comment:

Maier, R Clinical Trial Comparative Study English Abstract Germany Biomedizinische Technik. Biomedical engineering Biomed Tech (Berl). 2001 Jan-Feb;46(1-2):18-23.

Address:

Klinik fur Kommunikationsstorungen Universitat Mainz Langenbeckstr. 1 D-55101 Mainz.

Book title:

Biomed Tech (Berl)

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