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Mobile telephone use is associated with changes in cognitive function in young adolescents.
As part of the Mobile Radiofrequency Phone Exposed Users' Study (MoRPhEUS), a cross-sectional epidemiological study examined cognitive function in secondary school students. We recruited 317, 7th… Expand
Retrospective assessment of occupational exposure to chemicals in community-based studies: validity and repeatability of industrial hygiene panel ratings.
BACKGROUND Occupational hygiene panels are increasingly being used to rate retrospective occupational exposures to chemicals in community-based studies. This study aimed to assess the validity,… Expand
Comparison of occupational exposure using three different methods: hygiene panel, job exposure matrix (JEM), and self reports.
- G. Benke, M. Sim, L. Fritschi, G. Aldred, A. Forbes, T. Kauppinen
- Applied occupational and environmental hygiene
This study was undertaken to compare the agreement of occupational exposure assessment by a panel of occupational hygienists with a job exposure matrix and self-reported exposures in a… Expand
How well do adolescents recall use of mobile telephones? Results of a validation study
- I. Inyang, G. Benke, J. Morrissey, R. Mckenzie, M. Abramson
- BMC medical research methodology
- 12 June 2009
BackgroundIn the last decade mobile telephone use has become more widespread among children. Concerns expressed about possible health risks have led to epidemiological studies investigating adverse… Expand
Comparison of measuring instruments for radiofrequency radiation from mobile telephones in epidemiological studies: Implications for exposure assessment
- I. Inyang, G. Benke, R. Mckenzie, M. Abramson
- Engineering, Medicine
- Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental…
- 1 March 2008
The debate on mobile telephone safety continues. Most epidemiological studies investigating health effects of radiofrequency (RF) radiation emitted by mobile phone handsets have been criticised for… Expand
Assessment of personal exposure from radiofrequency-electromagnetic fields in Australia and Belgium using on-body calibrated exposimeters.
- C. Bhatt, A. Thielens, +7 authors G. Benke
- Environmental Science, Medicine
- Environmental research
- 1 November 2016
The purposes of this study were: i) to demonstrate the assessment of personal exposure from various RF-EMF sources across different microenvironments in Australia and Belgium, with two on-body… Expand
Occupational exposures and 20-year incidence of COPD: the European Community Respiratory Health Survey
Background Occupational exposures have been associated with an increased risk of COPD. However, few studies have related objectively assessed occupational exposures to prospectively assessed… Expand
Artificial neural networks and job-specific modules to assess occupational exposure.
Job-specific modules (JSMs) were used to collect information for expert retrospective exposure assessment in a community-based non-Hodgkins Lymphoma study in New South Wales, Australia. Using… Expand
Exposures in the alumina and primary aluminium industry: an historical review.
We reviewed specific chemical exposures and exposure assessment methods relating to published and unpublished epidemiological studies in the alumina and primary aluminium industry. Our focus was to… Expand
A new method to determine laterality of mobile telephone use in adolescents
- I. Inyang, G. Benke, R. Mckenzie, R. Wolfe, M. Abramson
- Occupational and Environmental Medicine
- 2 December 2009
Objectives As more children use mobile (cellular) telephones, public anxiety grows about the possible adverse health effects of radiofrequency (RF) exposure upon developing nervous systems. Most… Expand