Andrew Wood
Andrew Wood
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Steady-state visual evoked potentials and travelling waves
GR Burkitt, RB Silberstein, PJ Cadusch, AW Wood
Clinical Neurophysiology 111 (2), 246-258, 2000
2082000
The effect of electromagnetic fields emitted by mobile phones on human sleep
SP Loughran, AW Wood, JM Barton, RJ Croft, B Thompson, C Stough
Neuroreport 16 (17), 1973-1976, 2005
2012005
Effects of mobile phone emissions on human brain activity and sleep variables
DL Hamblin, AW Wood
International journal of radiation biology 78 (8), 659-669, 2002
1822002
Examining the effects of electromagnetic fields emitted by GSM mobile phones on human event-related potentials and performance during an auditory task
DL Hamblin, AW Wood, RJ Croft, C Stough
Clinical Neurophysiology 115 (1), 171-178, 2004
1582004
Changes in human plasma melatonin profiles in response to 50 Hz magnetic field exposure
AW Wood, SM Armstrong, ML Sait, L Devine, MJ Martin
Journal of Pineal Research 25 (2), 116-127, 1998
1191998
The effect of mobile phone electromagnetic fields on the alpha rhythm of human electroencephalogram
RJ Croft, DL Hamblin, J Spong, AW Wood, RJ McKenzie, C Stough
Bioelectromagnetics: Journal of the Bioelectromagnetics Society, The Society …, 2008
1102008
The sensitivity of human event‐related potentials and reaction time to mobile phone emitted electromagnetic fields
DL Hamblin, RJ Croft, AW Wood, C Stough, J Spong
Bioelectromagnetics: Journal of the Bioelectromagnetics Society, The Society …, 2006
972006
Does evening exposure to mobile phone radiation affect subsequent melatonin production?
AW Wood, SP Loughran, C Stough
International journal of radiation biology 82 (2), 69-76, 2006
872006
Organizing for local economic development: local economic development networks and prospecting for industry
A Wood
Environment and Planning A 25 (11), 1649-1661, 1993
861993
Neuropsychological sequelae of digital mobile phone exposure in humans
V Keetley, AW Wood, J Spong, C Stough
Neuropsychologia 44 (10), 1843-1848, 2006
832006
Application of a temperature‐dependent fluorescent dye (Rhodamine B) to the measurement of radiofrequency radiation‐induced temperature changes in biological samples
YY Chen, AW Wood
Bioelectromagnetics: Journal of the Bioelectromagnetics Society, The Society …, 2009
692009
A study of heart rate and heart rate variability in human subjects exposed to occupational levels of 50 Hz circularly polarised magnetic fields
ML Sait, AW Wood, HA Sadafi
Medical engineering & physics 21 (5), 361-369, 1999
591999
Effects of mobile phone type signals on calcium levels within human leukaemic T-cells (Jurkat cells)
CG Cranfield, AW Wood, V Anderson, KG Menezes
International journal of radiation biology 77 (12), 1207-1217, 2001
452001
How dangerous are mobile phones, transmission masts, and electricity pylons?
AW Wood
Archives of disease in childhood 91 (4), 361-366, 2006
432006
Neuropsychological sequelae of 50 Hz magnetic fields
V Keetley, A Wood, H Sadafi, C Stough
International journal of radiation biology 77 (6), 735-742, 2001
432001
Optic fibre bundle contact imaging probe employing a laser scanning confocal microscope
V Dubaj, A Mazzolini, A Wood, M Harris
Journal of microscopy 207 (2), 108-117, 2002
422002
Effects of 50 Hz magnetic field exposure on human heart rate variability with passive tilting
ML Sait, AW Wood, RLG Kirsner
Physiological measurement 27 (1), 73, 2005
402005
A method for calculating electric and magnetic fields in TEM cells at ELF
RJ Spiegel, WT Joines, CF Blackman, AW Wood
IEEE transactions on electromagnetic compatibility, 265-272, 1987
371987
A cooperative model for Ca++ efflux windowing from cell membranes exposed to electromagnetic radiation
CJ Thompson, YS Yang, V Anderson, AW Wood
Bioelectromagnetics: Journal of the Bioelectromagnetics Society, The Society …, 2000
342000
Possible health effects of 50/60Hz electric and magnetic fields: review of proposed mechanisms.
AW Wood
Australasian physical & engineering sciences in medicine 16 (1), 1-21, 1993
341993
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