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  1 University of Chicago Spanish dictionary : Spanish-English, English-Spanish / 2002
  2 Assessment of health effects of pesticide exposure in young children : proceedings of a workshop held in El Paso, Texas in December 1997 / 2000
  3 Use of visual and chemosensory evoked potentials in environmetnal and occupational health {microform 1992
  4 Neurotoxic effects of controlled exposure to a complex mixture of volatile organic compounds / unmediated 1990
  5 Neurotoxic effects of controlled exposure to a complex mixture of volatile organic compounds {microfiche} 1990
  6 Odor and irritation effects of a volatile organic compound mixture {microform} / 1990
  7 Neurobehavioral assessment of workers exposed to organophosphorus pesticides {microform} / 1989
  8 Application of Event-Related Slow Brain Potentials in Occupational Medicine. 1983
  9 Event-Related Brain Potentials: An Alternative Methodology for Neurotoxicological Research. 1983
  10 Event-Related Slow Brain Potential Changes in Asymptomatic Children with Secondary Exposure to Lead. 1983
  11 Evidence of Changes in CNS Function at Low-to-Moderate Blood Lead Levels in Children: A Challenge to Currently Accepted Threshold Limits. 1983
  12 Multidisciplinary perspectives in event-related brain potential research : proceedings of the Fourth International Congress on Event-Related Slow Potentials of the Brain (EPIC IV), Hendersonville, North Carolina, April 4-10, 1976 / 1978
  13 Lack of Effects of Carbon Monoxide on Human Vigilance. 1977
  14 Multidisciplinary Perspectives in Event-Related Brain Potential Research. 1977
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