EXamination of Psychological Outcomes in Students Using Radiofrequency dEvices (EXPOSURE)
Increasingly widespread exposure to radiofrequency fields from mobile telephones has raised concern about potential adverse health effects.
The EXPOSURE Study investigated mobile phones, radiofrequency exposure and the development of cognitive function in primary school children.
Completed in 2013, this 3 year study of 600 primary school students focused on their exposure to mobile phones and cognitive development.
This project aimed to assess current use of mobile telephones and other radiofrequency communication technologies in a representative sample of primary school children to determine whether there is any association between use of mobile telephones and cognitive development in primary school children.
- Prof Michael Abramson
- Dr Geza Benke
- Prof Rodney Croft (Australian Centre for Radiofrequency Bioeffects Research (ACRBR), Swinburne University of Technology)
- Prof Malcolm Sim
- Dr Jordy Kaufman (Swinburne Brain Sciences Institute)
- Dr Dean McKenzie
- A/Prof David Darby (CogState Ltd)
Funded by: NHMRC