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There are 28 studies that match your criteria (4 of which are reviews, comments, or miscellaneous).
Criteria: Study Type=Epidemiology,Freq Range=300 kHz - 300 GHz (RF/mmW/THz),Study Subtype=Risk Perception, Mobile Phone Use Patterns

View This Study - Citation No: 4300
Title HOW WELL DO ADOLESCENTS RECALL USE OF MOBILE TELEPHONES? RESULTS OF A VALIDATION STUDY.
Reference BMC Med Res Methodol., Vol. 9, Pg. 36 - (9 pages), 2009
Author(s) Inyang I., Benke G., Morrissey J. J., McKenzie R., Abramson M.
PubMed UID 19523193
Project ID 1647
 
View This Study - Citation No: 4447
Title EMERGING TECHNOLOGY, PHYSICAL ACTIVITY, AND SEDENTARY BEHAVIOR
Reference Exerc Sport Sci Rev, Vol. 36, Pg. 171 - 172, 2008
Author(s) Dzewaltowski D. A.
PubMed UID 18815484
Project ID 2039
 
View This Study - Citation No: 4448 (Letter to the Editor)
Title THE EVOLVING DEFINITION OF "SEDENTARY."
Reference Exerc Sport Sci Rev., Vol. 36, Pg. 173 - 178, 2008
Author(s) Pate R. R., O'Neill J. R., Lobelo F.
PubMed UID 18815485
Project ID 2039
 
View This Study - Citation No: 4449 (Letter to the Editor)
Title HOW SHOULD OBJECTIVELY MEASURED PHYSICAL ACTIVITY DATA BE USED ANALYTICALLY?
Reference Exerc Sport Sci Rev., Vol. 37, Pg. 109 - 110, 2009
Author(s) Aoyagi Y., Shephard R. J.
PubMed UID 19305203
Project ID 2039
 
View This Study - Citation No: 4668
Title EFFECTS OF CELLULAR PHONE EMAIL USE ON THE MENTAL HEALTH OF JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS IN JAPAN.
Reference Psychiatry Clin Neurosci., Vol. 63, Pg. 703 - 1 page, 2009
Author(s) Imamura A., Nishida A., Nakazawa N., Shimodera S., Okazaki Y., et al. .
PubMed UID 19788635
Project ID 2133
 
View This Study - Citation No: 4720
Title CELL PHONE USE BY ADOLESCENTS WITH ASPERGER SYNDROME.
Reference Res Autism Spectr Dosord., Vol. 4, Pg. 314 - 318, 2010
Author(s) Durkin K., Whitehouse A., Jaquet E., Ziatas K., Walker A. J.
PubMed UID
Project ID 2149
 
View This Study - Citation No: 4733 (Letter to the Editor)
Title FROM 'PLAYSTATION THUMB' TO 'CELLPHONE THUMB': THE NEW EPIDEMIC IN TEENAGERS
Reference S Afr Med J, Vol. 99, Pg. 161 - 162, 2009
Author(s) Karim S. A.
PubMed UID 19563092
Project ID 2158
 
View This Study - Citation No: 4739
Title A NEW METHOD TO DETERMINE LATERALITY OF MOBILE TELEPHONE USE IN ADOLESCENTS.
Reference Occup Environ Med., Vol. 67, Pg. 507 - 512, 2010
Author(s) Inyang I., Benke G. P., McKenzie R., Wolfe R., Abramson M. J.
PubMed UID 19955574
Project ID 1647
 
View This Study - Citation No: 4934
Title PREDICTORS OF MOBILE TELEPHONE USE AND EXPOSURE ANALYSIS IN AUSTRALIAN ADOLESCENTS.
Reference J Paediatr Child Health., Vol. 46, Pg. 226 - 233, 2010
Author(s) Inyang I., Benke G., Dimitriadis C., Simpson P., McKenzie R., Abramson M.
PubMed UID 20337871
Project ID 1647
 
View This Study - Citation No: 4986
Title Use of mobile phones and changes in cognitive function in adolescents.
Reference Occup Environ Med., Vol. 67, Pg. 861 - 866, 2010
Author(s) Thomas S., Benke G., Inyang I., Croft R. J., Abramson M. J., et al. .
PubMed UID 20798018
Project ID 1647
 
View This Study - Citation No: 4987
Title Cordless telephone use: Implications for mobile phone research.
Reference J Environ Monit., Vol. 12, Pg. 809 - 812, 2010
Author(s) Redmayne M., Inyang I., Dimitriadis C., Benke G., Abramson M. J.
PubMed UID 20383359
Project ID 1647
 
View This Study - Citation No: 5390
Title Clustering of excess health concerns for electromagnetic fields among health personnel: A quantitative and qualitative approach.
Reference J Health Psychol., Vol. [Epub ahead of print], Pg. - (13 pages), Nov 11 2013
Author(s) Gerakopoulou P., Matsoukis I. L., Giagkou N., Dessypris N., Cassimos D. C., et al. .
PubMed UID 24217062
Project ID 2337
 
View This Study - Citation No: 5459
Title Risk perception and public concerns of electromagnetic waves from cellular phones in Korea.
Reference Bioelectromagnetics., Vol. 35, Pg. 235 - 244, 2014
Author(s) Kim K., Kim H. J., Song D. J., Cho Y. M., Choi J. W.
PubMed UID
Project ID 2359
 
View This Study - Citation No: 5556
Title Response to potential information technology risk: Users valuation of electromagnetic field from mobile phones.
Reference Telematics and Informatics., Vol. 32, Pg. 57 - 66, 2015
Author(s) Jung Y., Kim S.
PubMed UID
Project ID 2359
 
View This Study - Citation No: 5561
Title The role of anxiety in the perception of technological hazards - A cross-sectional study on cell phones and masts.
Reference Rev Epidemiol Sante Publique., Vol. 62, Pg. 135 - 143, 2014
Author(s) Denny-Bas V., Zmirou-Navier D., De Tychey C., Briancon S.
PubMed UID 24646673
Project ID 2371
 
View This Study - Citation No: 5576
Title A forecasting method to reduce estimation bias in self-reported cell phone data.
Reference J Expo Sci Environ Epidemiol., Vol. 23, Pg. 539 - 544, 2013
Author(s) Redmayne M., Smith E., Abramson M. J.
PubMed UID 22805984
Project ID 1647
 
View This Study - Citation No: 5610
Title Adolescents' risk perceptions on mobile phones and their base stations, their trust to authorities and incivility in using mobile phones: a cross-sectional survey on 2240 high school students in Izmir, Turkey.
Reference Environ Health., Vol. 12, Pg. 10 - (10 Pages), 2013
Author(s) Hassoy H., Durusoy R., Karababa A. O.
PubMed UID 3351724
Project ID 2383
 
View This Study - Citation No: 5613
Title New Zealand adolescents' cellphone and cordless phone user-habits: are they at increased risk of brain tumours already? A cross-sectional study.
Reference Environ Health., Vol. 12, Pg. 5 - , 2013
Author(s) Redmayne M.
PubMed UID 23302218
Project ID 2384
 
View This Study - Citation No: 5656
Title Adolescent in-school cellphone habits: a census of rules, survey of their effectiveness, and fertility implications.
Reference Reprod Toxicol., Vol. 32, Pg. 354 - 359, 2011
Author(s) Redmayne M., Smith E., Abramson M. J.
PubMed UID 21920431
Project ID 2384
 
View This Study - Citation No: 5788
Title Association between mobile phone use and inattention in 7102 Chinese adolescents: a population-based cross-sectional study.
Reference BMC Public Health., Vol. 14, Pg. (7 pages) - , 2014
Author(s) Zheng F., Gao P., He M., Zhengping Y., Zhang L., et al. .
PubMed UID 25273315
Project ID 2423
 
View This Study - Citation No: 6038
Title Association between mobile phone use and self-reported well-being in children: a questionnaire-based cross-sectional study in Chongqing, China.
Reference BMJ Open., Vol. 5(5), Pg. - (8 pages), 2015
Author(s) Zheng F., Gao P., Zhou Z., Yu Z., Zhang L., et al. .
PubMed UID
Project ID 2423
 
View This Study - Citation No: 6205
Title Patterns in wireless phone estimation data from a cross-sectional survey: what are the implications for epidemiology?
Reference BMJ Open., Vol. 2, Pg. pii: e000887. - doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2012-000887., 2012
Author(s) Redmayne M., Smith E., Abramson M. J.
PubMed UID 22952160
Project ID 2384
 
View This Study - Citation No: 6219
Title The heritability and genetic correlates of mobile phone use: a twin study of consumer behavior.
Reference Twin Res Hum Genet., Vol. 15, Pg. 97 - 106, 2012
Author(s) Miller G., Zhu G., Wright M. J., Hansell N. K., Martin N. G.
PubMed UID 22784459
Project ID 2538
 
View This Study - Citation No: 6294
Title Use of mobile and cordless phones and cognition in Australian primary school children: a prospective cohort study.
Reference Environ Health., Vol. 15(1), Pg. 26 - doi: 10.1186/s12940-016-0116-1., 2016
Author(s) Redmayne M., Smith C. L., Benke G., Croft R. J., Abramson M. J., et al. .
PubMed UID 26892106
Project ID 2384
 
View This Study - Citation No: 6326
Title Effects of 2G and 3G mobile phones on performance and electrophysiology in adolescents, young adults and older adults.
Reference Clin Neurophysiol., Vol. 122, Pg. 2203 - 2216, 2011
Author(s) Leung S., Croft R. J., McKenzie R. J., Hamblin D., Simpson D.
PubMed UID 21570341
Project ID 1647
 
View This Study - Citation No: 6541 (Dosimetry)
Title Radiofrequency-electromagnetic field exposures in kindergarten children.
Reference J Expo Sci Environ Epidemiol. , Vol. 27, Pg. 497 - 504, 2017
Author(s) Bhatt C. R., Redmayne M., Billah B., Abramson M. J., Benke G.
PubMed UID 27759027
Project ID 2384
 
View This Study - Citation No: 6782
Title Mobile phone use, school electromagnetic field levels and related symptoms: a crosssectional survey among 2150 high school students in Izmir.
Reference Environmental Health., Vol. 16, Pg. 51 - , 2017
Author(s) Durusoy R., Hassoy H., Ozkurt A., Karababa O.
PubMed UID
Project ID 2383
 
View This Study - Citation No: 7042
Title Exposure to and use of mobile devices in children aged 160 months.
Reference European Journal of Pediatrics., Vol. 178, Pg. 221 - 227, 2019
Author(s) K1l1รง A. O., Sari E., Yucel H., Ouz M. M., Polat E., et al. .
PubMed UID
Project ID 2383