Use of mobile and cordless phones and cognition in Australian primary school children: a prospective cohort study.
Published in: Environ Health 2016; 15: 26
Aim of study (acc. to author)
Endpoint/type of risk estimation
Reference group 1
number of mobile phone calls per week: 0
number of mobile phone calls per week: ≤ 2.5
number of mobile phone calls per week: > 2.5
Reference group 4
number of cell phone calls per week: 0
number of cell phone calls per week: ≤ 2
number of cell phone calls per week: > 2
students from year 4 classes at 37 primary schools
Australia (Melbourne and Wollongong)
Statistical analysis method:
multiple linear regression analysis
language other than English at home, handedness
Conclusion (acc. to author)
Study funded by
National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC), Australia
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