(Database last updated on Aug 19, 2019)
There are 2 studies that match your criteria.
Criteria: Freq Range=300 kHz - 300 GHz (RF/mmW/THz),Study Type=Human / Provocation,Study Subtype=Cognitive Function & Memory,Status=Completed Without Publication
|Details - Project ID 765|
|Lab ||Queen's Univeristy of Belfast|
|Study Design ||900 MHz (GSM) exposure to human volunteers and analysis of cognitive function|
|Summary ||No effects using a standardized computer based test |
|Details - Project ID 1082|
|Lab ||Ministry of Health & Welfare, The Netherlands|
|Study Design ||900, 1800 MHz (GSM), 2100 MHz (W-CDMA) exposure to human subjects and analysis of subjective complaints and cognitive function|
|Summary ||Increased complaints with 2100 MHz (W-CDMA), increased reaction time (decreased performance) with 900 MHz (GSM) and 2100 MHz (W-CDMA) exposure, decreased memory function with 1800 MHz(GSM) and 2100 MHz (W-CDMA)|
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