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BIBLIOGRAPHY ON THE
PSYCHOACTIVITY OF
ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS
[1]

Robert C. Beck and Eldon A. Byrd

It is unusual to include a bibliography of this magnitude with a mere position paper; however, we feel that, with a subject as controversial as this one, it is essential to give the reader an insight into the tremendous amount of work that has gone on in the background of this relatively new field. The bibliography accompanying the article originally ran only four pages; then, with the help of Eldon Byrd of the Naval Office of Surface Weaponry, a more extensive one was compiled on this sensitive topic. This important bibliography is included in its entirety.-- Ed

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