Saturday, 1 July 2017

Ecopsychology and Environmental Sensitivities - free articles



























Special Issue on Ecopsychology and Environmental Sensitivities: Chemical, Electrical, and Beyond


Ecopsychology, Vol. 9, Issue 2

Download free until 5th September 2017 - includes the following articles:

  • Introduction to the Special Issue on Environmental Sensitivities: Living on the Margins with Access Denied, by Pamela Reed Gibson

  • The Many Faces of Multiple Chemical Sensitivity, by Alison Johnson

  • Invisible Barriers, Invisible Disabilities, Invisible People, by Linda Sepp

  • History of the Rise and Fall of Environmental Medicine in the United States, by William J. Meggs

  • Displaced by Chemical and Electrical Hypersensitivities, by Jerry Evans

  • The Role of Neurogenic Inflammation in Chemical Sensitivity, by William J. Meggs

  • A Comparison of Multiple Chemical Sensitivity with Other Hypersensitivity Illnesses Suggests Evidence and a Path to Answers, by Laurie Dennison Busby

  • A Multilayer Perceptron Neural Network–Based Model for Predicting Subjective Health Symptoms in People Living in the Vicinity of Mobile Phone Base Stations, by H. Parsaei, M. Faraz, S. M. J. Mortazavi

  • An Underworld Journey: Learning to Cope with Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity, by Scott Eberle

  • MCS and EHS: An Australian Perspective, by Diana Crumpler


http://online.liebertpub.com/toc/eco/9/2

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