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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2008Assessment of Environmental Worry in Health-related Settings: Re-evaluation and Modification of an Environmental Worry ScaleRETHAGE Tobias; EIS Dieter; GIELER Uwe; NOWAK Dennis; WIESMUELLER Gerhard; LACOUR Michael; HODAPP Volker; STILIANAKIS NIKOLAOS; EIKMANN THOMAS; HERR CAROLINEArticles in Journals
2004Exposure Assessment of Microbial Volatile Organic Compounds (MVOC) and Organic Contaminants in Normal Bedrooms of Children with Airway Disaese.HERR Caroline; SCHENKE Simone; HARPEL Susanne; FISCHER Guido; RETHAGE Tobias; FATMA Ulu; BERGMANN Alexander; STILIANAKIS Nikolaos; LINDEMANN Hermann; EIKMANN ThomasContributions to Conferences
2006Follow-up berichteter Beschwerden nach Außenluftbelastung durch Bioaerosole im Wohngebiet: eine geschlechtsspezifische BetrachtungRETHAGE Tobias; SEHRT Kerstin; ZUR NIEDEN ANJA; GIELER Uwe; EIKMANN THOMAS; HERR CAROLINE; STILIANAKIS NIKOLAOSArticles in Journals
2003History of Sinusitis Associated with Perception of Annoying Environmental Odors in Residential Areas.HERR Caroline; ZUR NIEDEN Anja; RETHAGE Tobias; STILIANAKIS Nikolaos; EIKMANN T.Contributions to Conferences
2005Significance of Standardized Assessment of Environmental Worry in Studies of Health Effects Associated with Exposure to Environmental OdorsRETHAGE Tobias; ZUR NIEDEN ANJA; GIELER Uwe; STILIANAKIS NIKOLAOS; EIKMANN THOMAS; HERR CAROLINEContributions to Conferences
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