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Behavioral effects of microwave radiation absorption
by U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, Food and Drug Administration, Center for Devices and Radiological Health, For sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. G.P.O. in Rockville, Md, Washington, D.C
Written in English
|Statement||editors, John C. Monahan, John A. D"Andrea|
|Series||HHS publication -- FDA 85-8238|
|Contributions||Monahan, John C. 1938-, D"Andrea, John A, Center for Devices and Radiological Health (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 159 p. :|
|Number of Pages||159|
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Get this from a library. Behavioral effects of microwave radiation absorption. [John C Monahan; John A D'Andrea; Center for Devices and Radiological Health (U.S.);]. These changes range from subtle effects such as perception of microwave-induced sound to complete cessation of behavioral performance due to severe hyperthermia.
A central theme of this research has been to determine a relationship between specific absorption rate (SAR) and adverse consequences of exposure to microwave by: 1.
The literature contains much evidence that absorption of microwave energy will lead to behavioral changes in man and laboratory animals.
The changes include simple perturbations or outright stoppage of ongoing behavior. On one extreme, intense microwave absorption can result in Cited by: The changes include simple perturbations or outright stoppage of ongoing behavior.
On one extreme, intense microwave absorption can result in seizures followed by death. On the other extreme, man and animals can hear microwave pulses at very low rates of absorption. Hunt EL, King NW, Phillips RD. Behavioral effects of pulsed microwave radiation. Ann N Y Acad Sci.
Feb 28; – FREY AH. Auditory system response to radio frequency energy. Technical note. Aerosp Med. Dec; – FREY AH. BEHAVIORAL BIOPHYSICS. Psychol Bull. May; –Cited by: Some studies have pointed out the effects of microwave radiation on behaviours in both human subjects and laboratory animals [11, 12].
Many reports have demonstrated alterations in various types. Behavioral evaluation of microwave irradiation. D'Andrea JA(1). Author information: (1)Naval Health Research Center Detachment, Brooks AFB, TexasUSA. Establishing safe exposure levels for microwave irradiation is important since new, more powerful emitters are developed and the potential for accidental exposure is by: Lebovitz 15 examined the effect of repeated exposures to a pulsed 1,MHz field on behavioral performance in rats.
He exposed animals to SARs of, or W/kg for 3 h/day, 5 d/wk for wk and found that rates of lever-pressing for food were slightly reduced at the highest SAR.
Microwave Absorption and EMI Shielding Behavior of Nanocomposites Based on Intrinsically Conducting Polymers, Graphene and Carbon Nanotubes 73 Theoretical shielding effectiveness Before starting the shielding analysis, it is necessary to understand the various electromagnetic terminologies (Ott, ).
Figure 1. In the U.S. military was reported to be planning microwave radiation experiments on animals to study behavioral effects. Some health effects seem to take place in small bands or windows of frequencies, modulations, and magnitudes.
For example, nerve tissues affected by continuous 60 hertz fields are unaffected by 55 or 65 hertz fields.