Papers Comprising the Special Issue

The following papers appear in Bioelectromagnetics, Supplement 3, 1995 (Volume 16). Previous papers, book chapters, and presentations of the SwRI research group are cited in these references.

Coelho, A.M. Jr., W.R. Rogers, and S.P. Easley, "Effects of Concurrent Exposure to 60-Hz Electric and Magnetic Fields on the Social Behavior of Baboons," pp. 71-92.

Murthy, K.K., W.R. Rogers, and H.D. Smith, "Initial Studies on the Effects of Combined 60-Hz Electric and Magnetic Field Exposure on the Immune System of Nonhuman Primates," pp. 93-102.

Orr, J.L., W.R. Rogers, and H.D. Smith, "Detection Thresholds for 60-Hz Electric Fields by Nonhuman Primates," pp. 23-34.

Orr, J.L., W.R. Rogers, and H.D. Smith, "Exposure of Baboons to Combined 60-Hz Electric and Magnetic Fields Does Not Produce Work Stoppage or Affect Operant Performance on a Match-to-Sample Task," pp. 61-70.

Rogers, W.R., J.H. Lucas, W.E. Cory, J.L. Orr, and H.D. Smith, "A 60-Hz Electric and Magnetic Field Exposure Facility for Nonhuman Primates: Design and Operational Data During Experiments," pp. 2-22.

Rogers, W.R., J.H. Lucas, B.C. Mikiten, H.D. Smith, and J.L. Orr, "Chronically Indwelling Venous Cannula and Automatic Blood Sampling System for Use With Nonhuman Primates Exposed to 60-Hz Electric and Magnetic Fields," pp. 103-110.

Rogers, W.R., J.L. Orr, and H.D. Smith, "Initial Exposure to 30-kV/m or 60-kV/m 60-Hz Electric Fields Produces Temporary Cessation of Operant Behavior of Nonhuman Primates," pp. 35-47.

Rogers, W.R., J.L. Orr, and H.D. Smith, "Nonhuman Primates Will Not Respond to Turn Off Strong 60-Hz Electric Fields," pp. 48-60.

Rogers, W.R., R.J. Reiter, L. Barlow-Walden, and H.D. Smith, "Regularly Scheduled, Day-Time, Slow-Onset/Offset 60-Hz Electric and Magnetic Field Exposure Does Not Depress Serum Melatonin Concentration in Nonhuman Primates," pp. 111-118.

Rogers, W.R., R.J. Reiter, H.D. Smith, and L. Barlow-Walden, "Rapid-Onset/ Offset, Variably Scheduled 60-Hz Electric and Magnetic Field Exposure Reduces Nocturnal Serum Melatonin Concentration in Nonhuman Primates," pp. 119-122.

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