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Research Proposal: The Effect of In Utero Exposure to Electromagnetic Radiation from Laptop Computers

Khan, Sarah H.

With the increase of popularity and common use of devices such as laptop computers and
cell phones, the safety of radiation emitted by these devices has become an issue of increasing
concern. It is surprising therefore that there is not enough research to make us aware of all its
harmful effects. Health issues are increasing in subsequent generations and if some of these are
linked to radiation exposure, we should know so that we can avoid them.

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Academic Units
Psychology (Barnard College)
Thesis Advisors
Fifer, William P.
Degree
B.A., Barnard College
Published Here
May 26, 2011
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