Effects of GSM signals on auditory evoked responses

Abstract : The article presents a study of the influence of radio frequency (RF) fields emitted by mobile phones on human cerebral activity. Our work was based on the study of Auditory Evoked Potentials (AEPs) recorded on the scalp of healthy humans and epileptic patients. The protocol allowed us to compare AEPs recorded with or without exposure to RFs. To get a reference, a control session was also introduced. In this study, the correlation coefficients computed between AEPs, as well as the correlation coefficients between spectra of AEPs were investigated to detect a possible difference due to RFs. A difference in the correlation coefficients computed in control and experimental sessions was observed, but it was difficult to deduce the effect of RFs on human health.
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Emmanuel Maby, R.L. Jeannes, G. Faucon, C. Liegois-Chauvel, René de Seze. Effects of GSM signals on auditory evoked responses. Bioelectromagnetics, Wiley, 2005, 26 (5), pp.341-350. ⟨10.1002/bem.20107⟩. ⟨ineris-00962961⟩

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