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There are 19 studies that match your criteria (2 of which are reviews, comments, or miscellaneous).
Criteria: Study Type=Epidemiology,Freq Range=300 kHz - 300 GHz (RF/mmW/THz),Study Subtype=EEG, Event Related Potentials, Sleep Disturbances

View This Study - Citation No: 485
Title BIOELECTRICAL BRAIN ACTIVITY IN WORKERS EXPOSED TO ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS
Reference Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci., Vol. 724, Pg. 435 - 437, 1994
Author(s) Bielski J.
PubMed UID 8030972
Project ID 164
 
View This Study - Citation No: 571 (Non-English Language)
Title BIOELECTRICAL BRAIN ACTIVITY IN EMPLOYEES EXPOSED TO VARIOUS FREQUENCIES OF ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS
Reference Pol Tyg Lek, Vol. 31, Pg. 1369 - 1372, 1976
Author(s) Bielski J., Sawinska A., Pianowska J., Gruszka .
PubMed UID
Project ID 164
 
View This Study - Citation No: 5411
Title Evaluation of mobile phone addiction level and sleep quality in university students.
Reference Pak J Med Sci., Vol. 29, Pg. 913 - 918, 2013
Author(s) Sahin S., Ozdemir K., Unsal A., Temiz N.
PubMed UID 24353658
Project ID 2342
 
View This Study - Citation No: 6321
Title Impact of Media Use on Adolescent Sleep Efficiency.
Reference J Dev Behav Pediatr., Vol. 37, Pg. 9 - 14, 2016
Author(s) Fobian A. D., Avis K., Schwebel D. C.
PubMed UID 26651090
Project ID 2568
 
View This Study - Citation No: 6322
Title Adolescents' electronic media use at night, sleep disturbance, and depressive symptoms in the smartphone age.
Reference J Youth Adolesc., Vol. 44, Pg. 405 - 418, 2015
Author(s) Lemola S., Perkinson-Gloor N., Brand S., Dewald-Kaufmann J. F., Grob A.
PubMed UID 25204836
Project ID 2569
 
View This Study - Citation No: 6356
Title Association between overuse of mobile phones on quality of sleep and general health among occupational health and safety students.
Reference Chronobiology International: The Journal of Biological and Medical Rhythm Research., Vol. 33, Pg. 293 - 300, 2016
Author(s) Eyvazloua M., Zareib E., Rahimic A., Abazarid M.
PubMed UID 26942630
Project ID 2584
 
View This Study - Citation No: 6362
Title Environmental Radiofrequency Electromagnetic Fields Exposure at Home, Mobile and Cordless Phone Use, and Sleep Problems in 7-Year-Old Children.
Reference PLoS One., Vol. 10(10) , Pg. - , 2015
Author(s) Huss A., van Eijsden M., Guxens M., Beekhuizen J., Vermeulen R., et al. .
PubMed UID 26509676
Project ID 2587
 
View This Study - Citation No: 6363
Title Symptoms and Cognitive Functions in Adolescents in Relation to Mobile Phone Use during Night.
Reference PLoS One., Vol. 10(7), Pg. - , 2015
Author(s) Schoeni A., Roser K., Röösli M.
PubMed UID 26222312
Project ID 2588
 
View This Study - Citation No: 6415
Title Outdoor and indoor sources of residential radiofrequency electromagnetic fields, personal cell phone and cordless phone use, and cognitive function in 5-6 years old children.
Reference Environ Res. , Vol. 150, Pg. 364 - 374, 2016
Author(s) Guxens M., Vermeulen R., Beekhuizen J., Kromhout H., Huss A., et al. .
PubMed UID 27348251
Project ID 2587
 
View This Study - Citation No: 6432
Title Problematic Mobile Phone Use of Swiss Adolescents: Is It Linked with Mental Health or Behaviour?
Reference International Journal of Public Health., Vol. 61, Pg. 307 - 315, 2016
Author(s) Roser K., Schoeni A., Foerster M., Roosli M.
PubMed UID 26450576
Project ID 2588
 
View This Study - Citation No: 6450
Title Symptoms in Swiss adolescents in relation to exposure from fixed site transmitters: a prospective cohort study.
Reference Environmental Health. , Vol. 15, Pg. 77 - 8 pages, 2016
Author(s) Schoeni A., Roser K., Burgi A., Roosli M.
PubMed UID 27422272
Project ID 2588
 
View This Study - Citation No: 6488
Title Exposure to radiofrequency electromagnetic fields and sleep quality: a prospective cohort study.
Reference PLoS One., Vol. 7(5), Pg. e37455 - doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.003745, 2012
Author(s) Mohler E., Frei P., Frohlich J., Braun-Fahrländer C., Roosli M.
PubMed UID 22624036
Project ID 2631
 
View This Study - Citation No: 6497
Title Mobile phone use, behavioural problems and concentration capacity in adolescents: A prospective study.
Reference Int J Hyg Environ Health., Vol. 219, Pg. 759 - 769, 2016
Author(s) Roser K., Schoeni A., Röösli M.
PubMed UID 27665258
Project ID 2588
 
View This Study - Citation No: 6621 (Dosimetry)
Title Personal radiofrequency electromagnetic field exposure measurements in Swiss adolescents.
Reference Environ Int., Vol. [Epub ahead of print], Pg. DOI: 10.1016/j.envint.2016.12.008 - , 2017
Author(s) Roser K., Schoeni A., Struchen B., Frohlich J., Röösli M.
PubMed UID 28038972
Project ID 2588
 
View This Study - Citation No: 6643
Title Memory performance, wireless communication and exposure to radiofrequency electromagnetic fields: a prospective cohort study in adolescents.
Reference Environ. Int., Vol. 85, Pg. 343 - 351, 2015
Author(s) Schoeni A., Roser K., Röösli M.
PubMed UID
Project ID 2588
 
View This Study - Citation No: 6671
Title Symptoms and the use of wireless communication devices: A prospective cohort study in Swiss adolescents.
Reference Environ Res., Vol. 154, Pg. 275 - 283, 2017
Author(s) Schoeni A., Roser K., Röösli M.
PubMed UID 28113068
Project ID 2588
 
View This Study - Citation No: 7066
Title Radiofrequency electromagnetic fields, screen time, and emotional and behavioural problems in 5-year-old children.
Reference International Journal of Hygiene and Environmental Health., Vol. 222, Pg. 188 - 194, 2019
Author(s) Guxens M., Vermeulen R., Steenkamer I., Kromhout H., Kromhout A.
PubMed UID
Project ID 2587
 
View This Study - Citation No: 7165
Title : A prospective cohort study of adolescents memory performance and individual brain dose of microwave radiation from wireless communication.
Reference Environmental Health Perspectives. , Vol. 126, Pg. 1 - 13, 2018
Author(s) Foerster M., Thielens A., Joseph W., Eeftens M., Röösli M.
PubMed UID
Project ID 2588
 
View This Study - Citation No: 7254
Title Mobile phones: A trade-off between speech intelligibility and exposure to noise levels and to radio-frequency electromagnetic fields.
Reference Environmental Research., Vol. 175, Pg. 1 - 10, 2019
Author(s) Thielens A., Bockstael A., Aerts S., Martens L., Joseph W., et al. .
PubMed UID 31096087
Project ID 2588