RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT OF FUNDAMENTAL PERFORMANCE INFORMATION RELEVANT TO THE BEHAVIORAL EFFECTS OF LOW LEVEL MICROWAVE EXPOSURE
Rept. no. 4 (Annual summary) 31 Oct 1968-31 Oct 1969
JOHNS HOPKINS UNIV BALTIMORE MD SCHOOLOF MEDICINE
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The report covers the first year of a research program designed to provide information on the behavioral effects of low-level microwave radiation. A laboratory facility was established for an experimental analysis of the performance of primates exposed to a specified microwave field and experimental methods have been developed which will permit the assessment of changes in complex behavior resulting from acute and chronic exposure to a low-level microwave field of defined frequencies. In addition, methods are being developed for assessing biochemical effects of microwave exposure under conditions related to such performance changes.
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