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Mobile phones modulate response patterns of human brain activity

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EULITZ, Carsten, Peter ULLSPERGER, Gabriele FREUDE, Thomas ELBERT, 1998. Mobile phones modulate response patterns of human brain activity. In: Neuroreport. 9, pp. 3229-3232. Available under: doi: 10.1097/00001756-199810050-00018

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