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    • CURRICULUM VITAE William Ross Adey, M.D. February, 2000 Date of Birth: January 31, 1922 Place of Birth: Adelaide, Australia Nationality: U.S.A. Present Positions Adjunct Professor of Biochemistry University of California at Riverside Distinguished Professor of Physiology Loma Linda University School of Medicine Loma Linda CA 92354 Education University of Adelaide, M.B. and B.S. (Bachelor Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (1943). (Australian medical qualifying degree). University of Adelaide, M.D., 1949. By thesis and submission of published research in clinical and fundamental neurophysiology Honors Nuffield Foundation Dominion Fellow in Medicine, Oxford, 1950. Royal Society of London and Nuffield Foundation Fellow, 1956. Judson Herrick Memorial Fellow, American Association of Anatomists, 1963. Fellow, American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 1965. Fellow, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 1970, for: "Electronic techniques and principles in understanding brain organization and neural mechanisms." D'Arsonval Medallist, Bioelectromagnetics Society, 1989. Wellcome Trust Distinguished Visiting Professor, Royal Society of Medicine, London, 1996. Sechenov Medallist, Russian Academy of Medical Sciences, Moscow, 1996. Hans Selye Award, American Institute of Stress, 1999 P.K. Anokhin Centenary Medal, Russian Academy of Medical Sciences, 1999 Major Research Interests Electromagnetic field interactions with biological systems. Cell membrane organization and intercellular communication. Organization of cerebral systems and cerebral cellular mechanisms. Computer applications in medical imaging, physiological data analysis, and in models of brain systems. Bioinstrumentation and bioengineering. Aerospace medicine and physiology. Research and Professional Experience Chief of Research Service, Loma Linda VA Medical Center, 1977-1997. Distinguished Professor of Physiology, Loma Linda University, School of Medicine, Loma Linda CA, 1987-present. 1
    • Project Leader, US/USSR Exchange Program (Nixon-Brezhnev Agreement administered by US Department of State) Medical Hazards of Microwave Exposure, 1976-1989. Professor of Anatomy and Physiology, UCLA School of Medicine, 1957-1977. Director, Laboratory of Environmental Neurobiology, UCLA Brain Research Institute, 1974-1977. Director, Space Biology Laboratory, UCLA Brain Research Institute, 1961-1974. Licensed Medical Practitioner, State of California, 1979-present. Principal investigator, NASA Long Duration Biosatellite Experiment (Biosatellite III), 1963-1970. Senior Lecturer in Anatomy, University of Melbourne, Australai 1955-1956. Assistant Professor of Anatomy, UCLA School of Medicine, 1954. Licensed Medical Practitioner, State of Victoria, Australia, 1955-present. Lecturer, Senior Lecturer and Reader in Anatomy, University of Adelaide, Australia, 1946-1953. Nuffield Foundation Dominion Fellow, University of Oxford, 1950-1951. Surgeon Lieutenant, Royal Australian Navy, 1945-1946. Resident Medical Officer, Royal Adelaide Hospital, Adelaide, Australia, 1944. Publications Over 400 papers, chapters, and books on cell and molecular biology, physiological and bioengineering research. Consultant Activities Chairman, Committee on Extremely Low Frequency Electromagnetic Fields, National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurement, 1986-present. Member, Microwave Effects Panel, National Council for Radiation Protection, 1977-1982. Member, Assembly of Life Sciences, National Academy of Sciences, 1976-1981. Associate, Neuroscience research Program, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1964-1977. Member, Space Sciences Panel, President's Scientific Advisory Committee, The White House, 1966-1971. Member, Biology and Medicine Panel, President's Science Advisory Committee, The White House, 1969-1971. Member, Electromagnetic Radiation Management Advisory council, Executive Office of the President, 1969-1979; Department of Commerce, 1979-1982. Member, Telecommunications Panel, National Academy of Engineering, 1972-1974. Elected U.S. Delegate, commission A on Radio Standards and Measurements, International Union of Radio Sciences (URSI), 1975-present. Member, National Academy of Sciences Panel on Biosphere Effects of Extremely Low Frequency Radiation, 1976. Consultant, National Institute of Health. Consultant, National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Consultant, Department of Energy. Consultant, Veterans Administration. 2
    • Editorial Service Science Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology Perspectives in the Brain Sciences Brain Research Neuroscience Research Computer Programs in Biomedicine Mathematical Biosciences Journal of Neurological Research Bioelectromagnetics Carcinogenesis Consultant, World Health Organization (WHO), Geneva, Safety Standards Committee for ELF Fields. Professional Societies American Academy of Arts and Sciences American Physiological Society American Association of Anatomists Anatomical Society of Great Britain and Ireland Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers American Electroencephalographic Society Aerospace Medical Association American Association for the Advancement of Science Royal Society of Medicine, London American Association of Neurological Surgeons Biomedical Engineering society Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society Hobbies Amateur radio, radioastronomy, photography, marathon running, skiing, and backpacking. 3
    • W.R. ADEY SUMMARY OF RESEARCH ACTIVITIES Initial basic research activities centered on experimental anatomy in studies of structure and pathways relating limbic lobe to the diencephalon. This work at the University of Oxford and University of Adelaide from 1946 to 1953 investigated the structural basis for participation of the temporal lobe of the brain in attentive behavior and learning processes. In the same period, an increasing interest in electrophysiology led to design and construction of the first electroencephalographic recording amplifiers built in Australia, and construction of ancillary equipment, including stimulus pulse generators and cathode ray recording cameras. Clinical studies of temporal lobe functions were also carried out in Adelaide and Melbourne, Australia, between 1953 and 1957. Following his appointment to the University of California, Los Angeles, in 1957, his most active research has been in learning and memory mechanisms, by techniques which he developed for recording brain electrical activity in freely performing animals and man. He has pioneered electrode techniques, radiotelemetry methods, and magnetic tape recording systems for biomedical data acquisition, in a variety of bioengineering and bioinstrumentation programs. These methods were used to compile the first "library" of normal brain wave data in performing man. By extensive use of digital computing techniques, including the first application of a general- purpose digital computer to time-series analysis of brain wave data, new knowledge has been gained on the patterns of electric waves accompanying learned behavior. These techniques have involved pattern-recognition methods in characterizing correct and incorrect performances. His studies in environmental physiology have included research on the effects of the space environment on brain functions in man and monkey. They have shown fragmentation of states of sleep and wakefulness, modified circadian rhythms, and altered fluid balance in the weightless state. He has developed a series of radio biotelemetry systems, and new methods in underwater biotelemetry. He has combined electron microscopy of cerebral ultrastructure with new electrophysiological techniques of impedance recording to evaluate the role of macromolecules and surfaces of nerve cells in learning and memory. This work has provided insight on stored information in brain tissue, and emphasizes the role of the surface of brain cells as potential storage sites. He has shown a sensitivity of brain tissue to weak intrinsic and environmental electric fields, with behavioral, neurophysiological and biochemical effects induced by electric gradients orders of magnitude below those associated with classical synaptic excitation. These new models of cerebral neuronal membrane organization envisage processes of membrane amplification, based on "cooperative" interactions between cell surface glycoproteins and divalent cations, particularly calcium. He has pioneered new concepts in tranductive coupling of signals across cell membranes, involving the detection of hormonal, immune and neurotransmitter stimuli at cell membrane surfaces and transmission of signals to the cell interior. This work has required novel applications of electromagnetic fields as tools in the study of these essential functions of cell membranes. These studies have shown three essential stages in signaling across cell membranes. They are characterized by nonlinear, nonequilibrium processes. These models differ substantially from traditional equilibrium concepts of membrane excitation. Imposed electromagnetic fields have revealed sensitivities in initial transductive events orders of magnitude higher than reported with traditional stimulation techniques. Signals crossing the 4
    • lipid bilayer may be carried as solitary waves or solitons on helical protein molecules. The findings are of general significance in all areas of cell biology, and have close relevance to problems of brain function, aging and cancer. He collaborated in the first meteor doppler radar studies in Australia, and in infrared planetary scanning studies with colleagues at the California Institute of Technology, using the 200 inch telescope at Mt. Palomar. As a hobby interest, he has made moon radar studies. 5
    • BIBLIOGRAPHY W. Ross Adey, M.D. 1. Sanderson, K.V. and Adey, W.R.: Chronic thyrotoxic myopathy, with the report of a case, including electromyographic studies. Med. J. Australia 1:797-804, 1949. 2. Abbie, A.A. and Adey, W.R.: Motor mechanisms in the anuran brain. J. Comp. Neurol. 92:241-291, 1950. 3. Abbie, A.A. and Adey, W.R.: The reticulo-spinal apparatus and rigidity. Nature 166:71, 1950. 4. Adey, W.R.: An experimental study of the hippocampal connexions of the cingulate cortex in the rabbit. Brain 74, part 2: 233-247, 1951. 5. Adey, W.R.: The nervous system of the earthworm Megascolex. J. Comp. Neurol. 94:57-104, 1951. 6. Adey, W.R. and Meyer, M.: An experimental study of hippocampal afferent pathways from prefrontal and cingulate areas in the monkey. J. Anat., London 86, part 1: 58-74, 1952. 7. Adey, W.R. and Meyer, M.: Hippocampal and hypothalamic connexions of the temporal lobe in the monkey. Brain 75, part 3: 358-384, 1952. 8. Sanderson, K.V. and Adey, W.R.: Electromyographic and endocrine studies in chronic thyrotoxic myopathy. J. Neurol. Neurosurg. Psychiat.15:200-205, 1952. 9. Abbie, A.A. and Adey, W.R.: Ossification in a Central Australian tribe. Human Biol. 25:265-278, 1953. 10. Adey, W.R.: An experimental study of the central olfactory connexions in a marsupial (Trichosurus vulpecula). Brain 76, part 2: 311-330, 1953. 11. Adey, W.R., Carter, I.D. and Porter, R.: Temporal dispersion in the cortical response. J. Neurophysiol 17 167-182, 1954. 12. Adey, W.R. and Kerr, D.I.B.: The cerebral representation of deep somatic sensibility in the marsupial phalanger and rabbit; an evoked potential and histological study. J. Comp. Neurol. 100:597-625, 1954. 13. Adey, W.R., Porter, R. and Carter, I.D.: Temporal dispersion in cortical afferent volleys as a factor in perception; an evoked potential study of deep somatic sensibility in the monkey. Brain 77:325-344, 1954. 14. Bonnin, M.F. and Adey, W.R.: Investigation of muscular weakness in middle life: the so- called menopausal muscular dystrophy. Australas Ann. Med. 3:171-181, 1954. 15. Abbie, A.A. and Adey, W.R.: The non-metrical characters of a Central Australian tribe. Oceania 25:197-207, 1955. 16. Adey, W.R.: The rhinencephalon: a review of recent studies of its inter-relations with brain stem structures. J. Anat. Soc. India 4:27-36, 1955. 6
    • 17. Adey, W.R.: The sense of smell. In: Handbook of Physiology. J. Field, H.W. Magoun and V.E. Hall, eds. Amer. Physiol. Soc., Washington, D.C., Chapter 21, pp. 535-548, 1955. 18. Adey, W.R.: The nduroanatomical basis of mental disorder. Australas Ann. Med. 5, part 3: 153-162, 1956. 19. Adey, W.R., Merrillees, N.C.R. and Sunderland, S.: The entorhinal area: behavioral, evoked potential, and histological studies of its interrelationships with brain-stem regions. Brain 79, part 3:414-439 1956. 20. Green, J.O. and Adey, W.R.: Electrophysiological studies of hippocampal connections and excitability. EEG Clin. Neurophysiol. 8:245-262, 1956. 21. Adey, W.R.: Somatic aspects of the nervous system. Ann. Rev. Physiol. 19:489-512, 1957. 22. Adey, W.R., Segundo, J.P. and Livingston, R.B.: Corticifugal influences on intrinsic brainstem conduction in cat and monkey. J. Neurophysiol.21:1-16, 1957. 23. Adey, W.R., Sunderland, S. and Dunlop, C.W.: The entorhinal area; electrophysiological studies of its interrelations with rhinencephalic structures and the brainstem. EEG Clin. Neurophysiol. 9:209-324, 1957. 24. Dunlop, C.W., Edsall, G. and Adey, W.R.: Electronically controlled respiration in a closed system. EEG Clin. Neurophysiol. 9:555-556, 1957. 25. Adey, W.R.: Corticifugal influences upon the brainstem with special reference to the rhinencephalon. EEG Clin. Neurophysiol. 10:360-361, 1958. 26. Adey, W.R.: The mammalian cerebral cortex. A review. Science 128:1201-1202, 1958. 27. Adey, W.R.: The organization of the rhinencephalon. In: The Reticular Formation of the Brain. An International Symposium, Detroit, March, 1957. Little, Brown and Co., pp. 621-644, 1958. 28. Adey, W.R., Dunlop, C.W. and Sunderland, S.: A survey of rhinencephalic interconnections with the brain stem. J. Comp. Neurol. 110:173-204, 1958. 29. Adey, W.R., Rudolph, A.F., Hine, I.F. and Harritt, N.J.: Glass staining of the monkey hypothalamus: a critical appraisal of normal and experimental material. J. Anat., London 92, part 2: 219-235, 1958. 30. Terzuolo, C. and Adey, W.R.: Sensorimotor cortical activities. In: Handbook of Physiology. J. Fields, H.W. Magoun and V.E. Hall, eds. Amer. Physiol. Soc., Vol. 2, Chapter 23, pp. 797-836, 1958. 31. Adey, W.R.: Instrumentation of nervous system for studies of behavior. XIV Annual Meeting American Rocket Society, Washington, D.C., November 16, 1959. ARS Reprint No. 933-59, 7 pp. 32. Adey, W.R.: Recent studies of the rhinencephalon in relation to temporal lobe epilepsy and behavior disorders. Internat. Rev. Neurobiol. 1:1-46, 1959. 7
    • 33. Adey, W.R.: Some thoughts on the teaching of medicine in California. In: Adelaide Medical Students' Society Review, Vol. 71, part 2:20-24, 1958. 34. Adey, W.R.: Studies of hippocampal electrical activity during approach learning. In: Proc. UNESCO Symposium on Brain Mechanisms and Learning, Montevideo. Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, pp.557-588, 1959. 35. Adey, W.R. and Lindsley, D.F.: Amygdaloid, pallidal and subthalamic influences on the rostal midbrain. In: Proc. XXI Internat. Congress of Physiol. Sciences, Buenos Aires, p. 8, 1959. 36. Adey, W.R. and Lindsley, D.F.: On the role of subthalamic areas in the maintenance of brain-stem reticular excitability. Exper. Neurol. 1: 407-426, 1959. 37. Adey, W.R., Rand, R.W. and Walter, R.D.: Depth stimulation and recording in thalamus and globus pallidus of patients with paralysis agitans. J. Nerv. Ment. Dis. 129:417-428, 1959. 38. Lindsley, D.F. and Adey, W.R..: Investigations of tonic subthalamic influencs on midbrain reticular excitability. Fed. Proc. 18:42, 1959. 39. Wendt, R.H. and Adey, W.R.: Amygdaloid influences on unit activity in hypothalamus and thalamus. The Physiologist 2, part 3: 123, 1959. 40. Adey, W.R.: Brain mechanisms in consciousness and emotional arousal. In: Proc. Conference on Cerebral Systems and Computer Logic, California Institute of Technology and the Rockefeller Foundation, pp.49-50, 1960. 41. Adey, W.R.: Instrumentation of the nervous system for studies of behavior and performance in space flight. In: Proc I.R.E. Space and Telemetry Symposium, Washington, D.C., Septemeber 1960, Chapter 6-2, pp. 1-9. 42. Adey, W.R.: A review of Actualites Neurophysiologiques. First series by A.H. Monnier and P. Laget. J. Neurophysiol. 23:339-340, 1960. 43. Adey, W.R.: A review of "Processing Neuroelectric Data" by Communications Biophysics Group of Research Laboratory Electronics and William M. Siebert, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Technical Report 351. EEG Clin. Neurophysiol. 12:763-764, 1960. 44. Adey, W.R.: Studies of wave activity in the hippocampal system in approach learning, and use of correlation analysis of the wave-process (in Russian). In: Cybernetics and Brain Mechanisms, Vol. 2, E.N. Sokolov, ed., 1960. 45. Adey, W.R., Buchwald, N.A. and Lindsley, D.F.: Amygdaloid, pallidal and peripheral influences on mesencephalic unit firing patterns with reference to mechanisms of tremor. EEG Clin. Neurophysiol. 12:21-41, 1960. 46. Adey, W.R. and Dunlop, C.W.: The action of certain cyclohexamines on hippocampal systems during approach performance in the cat. J. Pharmacol. Exper. Therap. 130:418-426, 1960. 8
    • 47. Adey, W.R. and Dunlop, C.W.: Amygaloid and peripheral influences on caudate and pallidal units in the cat, and effects of chlorpromazine. Exper. Neurol. 2:348-363, 1960. 48. Adey, W.R., Dunlop, C.W. and Hendrix, C.E.: Hippocampal slow waves. Distribution and phase relationships in the course of approach learning. AMA Arch. Neurol. 3:74-90, 1960. 49. Adey, W.R., Dunlop, C.W., Killam, K.F. and Brazier, M.A.B.: Investigations of the action of thiosemicarbazide on the cerebellar cortex of the cat. In: Inhibition in the Nervous System and Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid, an International Symposium, Duarte, California. Pergamon Press, London, pp. 317-323, 1960. 50. Adey, W.R.: Chairman's remarks. In: Ibid, pp. 493-494. 51. Dunlop, C.W., Adey, W.R., Killam, K.F. and Brazier, M.A.B.: Mechanisms of action of thiosemicarbazide and metrazol on cerebellar and cerebral activity in the cat. Amer. J. Physiol. 198:399-404, 1960. 52. Holmes, J.E. and Adey, W.R.: Electrical activity of the entorhinal cortex during conditioned behavior. Amer. J. Physiol. 199:741-744, 1960. 53. Adey, W.R.: Applications of computers in the biomedical sciences with special reference to neurophysiology. 18th Annual Meeting American Institute of Oral Biology, Palm Springs, November, 1961. 54. Adey, W.R.: Studies of brain mechanisms in the learning process. 18th Annual Meeting American Institute of Oral Biology, Palm Springs, November, 1961. 55. Adey, W.R.: Biomedical engineering -- today and tomorrow. A panel discussion. In: Proc. San Diego Biomedical Engineering Symposium, sponsored by U.S. Navy, Amer. Institute of Electrical Engineers and Institute of Radio Engineering, 1961. 56. Adey, W.R.: Brain Mechanisms and the learning process. C. Judson Herrick Memorial Symposium, Chicago, April, 1960. Fed. Proc. 21:617-627,1961. 57. Adey, W.R.: EEG records in training situations, including computer analyses. 6th Annual VA Research Conf. on Chemotherapy Studies in Psychiatry, Symposium on Neurophysiological and Neuroendocrinological Studies in Relation to Experience, Cincinnati, March, 1961. Vol 6:100-108. 58. Adey, W.R.: EEG studies of hippocampal system in the learning process. Symposium on Physiology Hippocampus, Monpellier, August, 1961. Colloques Internationaux du Centre National de la Recherche Scientific, No. 107, pp. 203-244, 1961. 59. Adey, W.R.: Modelling of cerebral systems from computation of brain wave records. 3rd IBM Medical Symposium, New York, p. 12, 1961. 60. Adey, W.R.: A review of Actualites Neurophysiologiques. Second series by P. Laget and A. Monnier. J. Neurophysiol. 24:555-556, 1961. 61. Adey, W.R.: Thoughts on the future of research in Australian universities. Vestes 4:15-20, 1961. 9
    • 62. Adey, W.R.: Use of correlation analysis in EEG studies of conditioning. In: Proc. Computer Techniques in EEG Analysis Symposium, UCLA, October, 1960. EEG Clin. Neurophysiol., Supp. 21:41-45, 1961. 63. Adey, W.R., French, J.D., Kado, R.T., Lindsley, D.F., Walter, D.O., Wendt, R. and Winters, W.D.: EEG records from cortical and deep brain structures during centrifugal and vibrational accelerations in cats and monkeys. I.R.E. Trans. Biomed. Elect. Vol BMR-8, pp. 182-188, 1961. 64. Adey, W.R., Walter, b.O. and Hendrix, C.E.: Computer techniques in correlation and spectral analyses of cerebral slow waves during discriminative behavior. Exper. Neurol. 3:501-524, 1961. 65. Kado, R.T. and Adey, W.R.: A transistorized preamplifier for field study of EEG. In: Proc. 4th Internat. Conf. on Med. Electronics, New York, July, 1961, p. 172. 66. Lindsley, D.F. and Adey, W.R.: Availability of peripheral input to the midbrain reticular formation. Exper. Neurol. 4:358-376, 1961. 67. Schoenbrun, R., Mass, M., Haley, T. and Adey, W.R.: X-irradiation effects on brain wave correlates of conditioned behavior. In: Proc. Amer. Physiol. Soc. Fall Meeting, Bloomington, Indiana. The Physiologist 4, part 3:103, 1961. 68. Ward, A.A., Adey, W.R. and Pribram, K.A.: The surgical aspects in behavioral neurophysiology. J. Neurosurg. 18:371-379, 1961. 69. Adey, W.R.: Chairman's report: Scientific Advisory Board, U.S. Air Force Aeromedical and Biosciences Panel, Subcommittee on Mathematical Biological Models, Washington, D.C., 19 pp., 1962. 70. Adey, W.R.: Is there a need for a manned space laboratory? In: Lunar Exploration and Spacecraft Systems. Plenum Press, New York, pp. 170177, 1962. 71. Adey, W.R.: A review of sensory communication. Contributions to the Symposium on Principles of Sensory Communication. Walter A. Rosenblith, ed. Inst. Radio Eng. Trans. Electr. Computers, Vol EC-11, pp..425-426, 1962. 72. Adey, W.R., Bell, F.R. and Dennis, B.J.: Effects of LSD, psilocybin and psilocin on temporal lobe EEG patterns and learned behavior in the cat. Neurology 12:591-602, 1962. 73. Adey, W.R. and Flickinger, D.D.: Monitoring and prediction of nervous functions in space. International Astronautics Federation, Paris, October, 1962. In: First International Symposium on Basic Environmental Problems of Man in Space, Springer, Vienna, pp. 405-424. 74. Adey, W.R. and French, J.D.: On the value of electroencephalographic recording in man and animals in space flight. Symposium on Cosmic Physiology. In: Proc. XII International Physiology Congress, Leyden, 1962, Vol 1, pp. 104-106. 75. Adey, W.R. and Kado, R.T.: Changes in impedance in hippocampal structures during discriminative performance in cat. Fed. Proc. 21:359, 1962. 10
    • 76. Adey, W.R., Kado, R.T. and Didio, J.: Impedance measurements in brain tissue of animals using microvolt signals. Exper. Neurol. 5:47-66, 1962. 77. Adey, W.R., Walter, D.O. and Lindsley, D.F.: Subthalamic lesions. Effects of learned behavior and correlated hippocampal and subcortical slow-wave activity. AMA Arch. Neurol. 6:194-207, 1962. 78. Lindsley, D.F., Wendt, R.H., Fugett, R., Lindsley, D.B. and Adey, W.R.: Diurnal activity cycles in monkeys under prolonged visual pattern deprivation. J. Comp. Physiol. Psychol. 55:633-640, 1962. 79. Rand, R.W., Crandall, P.H., Adey, W.R., Walter, R.D. and Markham, C.H.: Electrophysiological investigations in Parkinson's disease and other dyskinesias in man. Neurology 12:754-770, 1962. 80. Adey, W.R.: Computer applications at the frontiers of biomedical research. American Federation of Information Processing Societies, 24:603-607, 1963. 81. Adey, W.R.: Information processing and storage in the central nervous system with emphasis on new techniques for measurement and analysis. Fifth IBM Medical Symposium, Endicott, NY, pp. 363-390, 1963. 82. Adey, W.R.: Uelaboration et le stockage de l'information dans le'systeme nerveu, un modele suggere par l'etude des mecanismes hippocampiques au cours de l'apprentissage. Actualites Neurophysiol. 5:263-295, 1963. 83. Adey, W.R.: Modern concepts in neuroanatomy and neurophysiology. Fifth IBM Medical Symposium, Endicott, NY, pp. 333-362, 1963. 84. Adey, W.R.: Potential for telemetry in the recording of brain waves from animals and men exposed to the stresses of space flight. Symposium on Bio-Telemetry, American Museum of Natural History, New York, March 30, 1962, London, Pergamon Press, pp. 289-300, 1963. 85. Adey, W.R.: A review of "Les Grandes Activites du Rhinencephale." Vols. 1 and 2 edited by T. Alajouanine. Paris, Masson, 1961. EEG Clin. Neurophysiol. 15:171-172, 1963. 86. Adey, W.R., Kado, R.T., Didio, J. and Schindler, W.J.: Impedance changes in cerebral tissue accompanying a learned discriminative performance in the cat. Exper. Neurol. 7:259-281, 1963. 87. Adey, W.R., Kado, R.T. and Rhodes, JX: Sleep: cortical and subcortical recordings in the chimpanzee. Science 141:932-933, 1963. 88. Adey, W.R. and Walter, D.O.: Application of phase detection and averaging techniques in computer analysis of EEG records in the cat. Exper. Neurol. 7:186-209, 1963. 89. Adey, W.R., Winters, W.D., Kado, R.T. and DeLucchi, M.R.: EEG in simulated stresses of space flight with special reference to problems of vibration. EEG Clin. Neurophysiol. 15:305-320, 1963. 90. Creutzfeldt, O.D., Bell, F.R. and Adey, W.R.: The activity of neurons in the amygdala of the cat following afferent stimulation. Progress in Brain Res. 3:31-49, 1963. 11
    • 91. Estrin, T., Adey, W.R., Brazier, M.A.B. and Kado, R.T.: Facilities in a brain research institute for acquisition, processing and digital computation of neurophysiological data. Conference on Data Acquisition and Processing in Biology and Medicine, New York, 1962. New York, Pergamon Press, pp. 191-207, 1963. 92. Kamikawa, K., McIlwain, J.T. and Adey, W.R.: Subcortical unit firing patterns during classical conditioning. Fed. Proc. 22:399, 1963. 93. Schoenbrun, R., Campeau, E. and Adey, W.R.: EEG and behavioral effects from X- irradiation of the hippocampal system. In: 2nd Symposium, "Effects of Ionizing Radiation on CNS," Los Angeles, 1963, pp. 591-620. 94. Walter, D.O., and Adey, W.R.: Spectral analysis of electroencephalograms recorded during learning in the cat, before and after subthalamic lesions. Exper. Neurol. 7:481-501, 1963. 95. Wendt, R.H., Lindsley, D.f., Adey, W.R., and Fox, S.S.: Self-maintained visual stimulation in monkeys after long-tem visual deprivation. Science 139:336-338, 1963. 96. Winters, W.D., Kado, R.T., and Adey, W.R.: Neurophysiological aspects of space flight. In: Proc. Symposium, "Manned Lunar Flight," American Astronautical Society, Denver, December 1961, Vol. 10, pp. 181-209, 1963. 97. Adey, W.R.: Adpsects of brain physiology in the space environment. In: Proc. Symposium, "Brain Functions and Space," Vol. 1, Cortical Excitability. Brain Research Institute, UCLA, 1961. Los Angeles, University of California Press, pp. 321-345, 1964. 98. Adey, W.R.: Biological instrumentation; electrophysiological recording and analytic techniques. The Physiologist 7, part 2:65-68, 1964. 99. Adey, W.R.: Computer analysis of hippocampal EEG activity and impedance in approach learning. Effects of psychotomimetic and hallucinogenic drugs. Second International Pharmacological Congress, Prague, 1963. In: Pharmacology of Conditioning, Learning and Retention, pp. .287-317, 1964. 100. Adey, W.R.: Data acquisition and analysis techniques in a brain research institute. Ann. New York Acad. Sci. 15, Art 2:844-866, 1964. 101. Adey, W.R.: Effects of gravity on the functions of the central nervous system. COSPAR Meeting, Warsaw, 1963. In: Life Sciences and Space Research, Vol. II, Florkin, M., and Dollfus, A., eds. North-Holland, Amsterdam, pp. 267-286, 1964. 102. Adey, W.R.: Hippocampal mechanisms in processes of memory; thoughts on a model of cerebral organization in learning. Santa Ynez Symposium, "RNA and Brain Function." Brain Function 2:233-276, Los Angeles, University of California Press, 1964. 103. Kado, R.T., Adey, W.R., and Zweizig, J.R.: Electrode system for recording EEG from physically active subjects. In: Proc. Annual Conference on Engineering in Medicine and Biology, Cleveland, Ohio, p. 5, 1964. 104. Kamikawa, K., McIlwain, J.T., and Adey, W.R.: Response patterns of thalamic neurons during classical conditioning. EEG Clin. Neurophysiol. 17:485-496, 1964. 12
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    • 133. Adey, W.R., Elul, R., Walter, R.D., and Crandall, P.H.: The cooperative behavior of neuronal populations during sleep and mental tasks. In: Proc. Amer. Electroenceph. Soc., October 1966, pp. 86-87. 134. Adey, W.R., Kado, R.T., McIlwain, J.T., and Walter, D.O.: The role of neuronal elements in regional cerebral impedance changes in alerting, orienting and discriminative responses. Exper. Neurol. 15:490-510, 1966. 135. Adey, W.R., Kado, R.T., and Walter, D.O. Analysis of baseline and Gemini flight GT-7 data with specification of on-line computing requirements. In: Proc. 2nd Annual Biomedical Research Conference, NASA Manned Spacecraft Center, Houston, Texas, February 1966, pp. 353-378. 136. Elazar, A., Kado, R.T., and Adey, W.R.: Impedance changes during epileptic seizures. Epilepsia 1:291-306, 1966. 137. Elul, R., and Adey, W.R.: Instability of firing threshold and remote activation in cortical neurons. Nature 212(5069):1422-25, 1966. 138. Hoshizaki, T., Adey, W.R., and Hamner, K.C.: An investigation of barley seedling growth responses to simulated weightlessness induced by the Nogravatron, a two axes rotation apparatus. Planta, Berlin 69:218-229, 1966. 139. Kado, R.T., and Adey, W.R.: Electrode problems in central nervous moni.toring in performing subjects. Ann. New York Acad. Sci. 148, Article 1:236-278, 1966. 140. MacGillivray, R., Kado, R.T., and Adey, W.R.: The effects of alcohol on brain tissue impedance in animals and man. Psychosom. Med. 28:464-474, 1966. 141. Pineda, A., and Adey, W.R.: Hypertonic urea: its effects on cortical and subcortical evoked potentials in cat. Brain Res. 3:362-373, 1966. 142. Weiss, T.R., Kado, R.T., and Adey, W.R.: Impedance and DC potential shifts during cortical spreading depression. Activitas Nervosa Superior, Prague 8, 2:194-195, 1966. 143. Walter, D.O., and Adey, W.R.: Linear and nonlinear mechanisms of brainwave generation. Ann. New York Acad. Sci. 128, 3:772-780, 1966. 144. Walter, D.O., Rhodes, J.M., Brown, D., and Adey, W.R.: Comprehensive spectral analysis of human EEG generators in posterior cerebral regions. EEG Clin. Neurophysiol. 20:224-237, 1966. 145. Wang, H.H., Tarby, T.J., Kado, R.T., and Adey, W.R.: Periventricular cerebral impedance after intraventricular calcium injection. Science 154:1138, 1966. 146. Weiss, T., Botgdanetsky, E., Roddan, E., and Adey, W.R.: Gippokampus, Neokortecks i Electroentsephalographiareskie Proyarvieniar sna e Reaktsii Probuchderiar. 147. Adey, W.R.: Kletoyanie mechanismi i charakteristiki nervnoi systemi pri obrabotke informatsii (Cellular mechanisms and neural system characteristics). In: System Organization of Physiological Functions. V.V. Parin, ed. Moscow, Meditsina, pp. 219-238, 1967. 14
    • 148. Adey, W.R.: (Chairman) First Conference on Information and Control Processes in Living Systems, 1965. In: Molecular Coding Problems. New York Academy of Sciences, 261 pp., 1967. 149. Adey, W.R.: Critique: Symposium on The Organization of Recall. D. Kimble, ed. New York Academy of Sciences, Interdisciplinary Program, pp. 354-362, 1967. 150. Adey, W.R.: EEG patterns in sleep and wakefulness in high spinal cord injuries. In: Proc. 2nd Annual Research Conference, VA Hospital, Long Beach, CA. VA Document SCIC 10-684, pp. 2-9, 1967. 151. Adey, W.R.: Hippocampal states and functional relations with corticosub-cortical systems in attention and learning. IBRO Symposium on Rhinencephalon, Hakoni, Japan. Progress in Brain Res. 27:228-245, 1967. 152. Adey, W.R.: Intrinsic organization of cerebral tissue in alerting, orienting and discriminative responses. In: The Neurosciences: A Study Program. G.C. Quarton, T. Melnechuk and F.O. Schmitt, eds. Rockefeller Univ. Press, New York, pp. 615-633, 1967. 153. Adey, W.R.: Neural information processing; windows without and the citadel within. In: Conceptual Bases and Applications of the Communication Sciences. E.F. Backenbach, ed. Univ. of California Press, 1967. 154. Adey, W.R.: Neurophysiological correlates of information transaction and storage in brain tissue. Progress in Physiol. Psychol. 1:1-42, 1967. 155. Adey, W.R.: The organization of cerebral tissue in transaction and storage of information. In: Sovremennie Problemy Elektrophysiologii Centranoi Nervnoi Sistemy. A.M. Balashova, T.M. Ephremova and I.N. Knipst, eds. Moscow, pp. 324-341, 1967. 156. Adey, W.R. Studies on memory mechanisms. In: The Organization of Recall. D.P. Kimble, ed. New York Academy of Sciences, Interdisciplinary Program, New York, pp. 321-341, 1961. 157. Adey, W.R., Kado, R.T., and Walter, D.O.: Analysis of brain wave records from Gemini flight GT-7 by computations to be used in a thirty-day primate flight. COSPAR Space Sciences Meeting, Vienna, Austria, 1966. In: Life Sciences and Space Research. North Holland Publishing Co., Amsterdam, pp. 65-93, 1967. 158. Adey, W.R., Kado, R.T., and Walter, D.O.: Computer analysis of EEG data from Gemini GT-7 flight. Aerospace Med. 38:345-359, 1967. 159. Adey, W.R., Kado, R.T., and Walter, O.O.: Results of electroencephalographic examinations under the influence of vibration and centrifuging in the monkey. Sixth Internat Congress of Electroencephalography, Vienna, Austria, 1965. EEG Clin. Neurophysiol. Suppl. 25:227-245, 1967. 160. Adey, W.R., Porter, R., MacGillivray, B., and Kado, R.T.: Electrical impedance measurements in normal and epileptic brain tissue. In: Temporal Lobe Epilepsy Monograph, edited by P. Crandall, UCLA Forum, 1967. 15
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    • 221. Gavalas, R.J., Walter, D.O., Hamer, J., and Adey, W.R.: Effects of low-level, low- frequency electromagnetic fields on EEG and behavior in Macaca nemestrina. Brain Res. 18:491-501, 1970.224. 222. McElligott, J.G., and Adey, W.R.: Bursting cerebellar neurons in the awake and freely moving cat. Fed. Proc. 29:2, 1970. 223. Noda, H., and Adey, W.R : Changes in neuronal activity in association cortex of the cat in relation to sleep and wakefulness. Brain Res. 19:263-275, 1970. 224. Noda, H., and Adey, W.R.: Firing of neuron pairs in cat association cortex during sleep and wakefulness. J. Neurophysiol. 33:672-684, 1970. 225. Noda, H., and Adey, W.R.: Firing variability in cat association cortex during sleep and wakefulness. Brain Res. 18:513-526, 1970. 226. Zemjanis, R., Gordon, B., Adey, W.R., and Cockett, A.T.K.: Testicular degeneration in Macaca nemestrina induced by immobilization. Fert. and Steril. 21:335, 1970. 227. Adey, W.R.: Central nervous responses to gravitational stimuli. In: Gravity and the Organism. S.A. Gordon and M.J. Cohen, eds. Univ. of Chicago Press, pp. 293-310, 1971. 228. Adey, W.R.: Cortical excitability changes following interaction of calcium with topical polyanions and glutamic acid. Anat. Record 169:265-266, 1971. 229. Adey, W.R.: Evidence for cerebral membrane effects of calcium, derived from DC gradient, impedance and intracellular records. Exper. Neurol. 30:78-102, 1971. 230. Adey, W.R.: Guesswork, soothsaying and the productive model in biomedical engineering. Twenty-fourth Annual Conference on Engineering in Medicine and Biology, Las Vegas, Nevada, November 1971. 231. Adey, W.R.: Organization of brain tissue: Is the brain a noisy processor? Cybernetic Med. 1:17-37, 1971. (Same as Bibliography Nos. 254 and 267.) 232. Adey, W.R., and Hahn, P.M.: Introduction - Biosatellite III Results. Aerospace Ned. 42:273-380, 1971. 233. Campeau, E., Adey, W.R., Durham, R.N., Tolliver, J.D., Ringler, R., and Kanner, RX: EEG discriminators of delayed matching-to-sample performance in Macaca nemestrina. Physiol. and Behav. 6:513-418, 1971. 234. Cockett, A.T.K., Zemjanis, R., Elbadawi, A., and Adey, W.R.: Male infertility:histochemical changes in subhuman primate testes after prolonged immobilization. Fert. and Steril. 22:565-572, 1971. 235. Freemon, F.R., McNew, J.J., and Adey, W.R.: Chimpanzee sleep stages. EEG Clin. Neurophysiol. 31:485-489, 1971. 236. Hahn, P.M., Hashizaki, T., and Adey, W.R.: Circadian rhythms of the Macaca nemestrina monkey in Biosatellite III. Aerospace Med. 42:295304, 1971. 20
    • 237. Hanley, J., and Adey, W.R.: Sleep and wake states in the Biosatellite III monkey: visual and computer analysis of telemetered electroencephalographic data from earth orbital flight. Aerospace Med. 42:304-313, 1971. 238. Hanley, J., Adey, W.R., Zweizig, J.R., and Kado, R.T.: EEG electrode amplifier harness. EEG Clin. Neurophysiol. 31:147-150, 1971. 239. Hoshizaki, T., Durham, R., and Adey, W.R.: Sleep.wake activity patterns of a Macaca nemestrina monkey during nine days of weightlessness. Aerospace Med. 42:288-295, 1971. 240. Larsen, L.E., Walter, D.O., McNew, J.J., and Adey, W.R.: On the problem of bias in error rate estimation for discriminant analysis. Pattern Recognition 3:217-223, 1971. 241. NcNew, J.J., Howe, R.T., and Adey, W.R.: The sleep cycle and subcortical-cortical EEG relations in the unrestrained Chimpanzee. EEG Clin. Neurophysiol. 30:489-503, 1971. 242. Olsen, D.E., Firstenberg, A., Huston, S.W., Dutcher, L.R., and Adey, W.R.: An eight- channel micropowered PAM/FM biomedical telemetry system. IEEE Nat. Telemetering Conf. Rec., p. 3, 1971. 243. Tejada, R.I., Hahn, P.M., and Adey, W.R.: Analysis of 10 minutes of physiological data from the Biosatellite III from lift-off to orbital insertion. Aerospace Med. 42:281-287, 1971. 244. Walter, D.O., Berkhout, J.J., Buchness, B., Kram, E., Rovner, L., and Adey, W.R.: Digital computer analysis of neurophysiological data from Biosatellite III. Aerospace Med. 42:314-321, 1971. 245. Adey, W.R.: Biotelemetry and computer analysis of sleep processes on earth and in space. Astronautica Acta 17:185-202, 1972. 246. Adey, W.R.: The evolution of man's brain. Its form and function. In: Brain Mechanisms and the Control of Behavior. H. Messel and J.T. Butler, eds. Univ. of Sydney. Shakespeare Head Press, Sydney, Australia, pp. 235-252, 1972. 247. Adey, W.R.: Exploring the brain's microscopic machinery. Ibid, pp. 384-399. 248. Adey, W.R.: Information processing in sensory and motor systems. Ibid, pp. 326-342. 249. Adey, W.R.: Man's brain in the environment. Ibid, pp. 419-449. 250. Adey, W.R.: Man, the toolmaker. New devices that extend intelligence. Ibid, pp. 453-482, 1972. 251. Adey, W.R.: Organization of brain tissue: Is the brain a noisy processor? Internat. J. Neurosci. 3:271-284, 1972. (Same as Bibliography Nos. 234 and 267.) 252. Adey, W.R.: Studies on weightlessness in a primate in the Biosatellite III experiment. COSPAR, Seattle, Washington, June 1971. In: Life Sciences and Space Research, Vol. 10. Akademie-Verlag, Berlin, 1972. 253. Adey, W.R., Zweizig, J.R.: Physiological considerations in implantable telemetry. Internat. Telemetry Conf. Proceedings, Los Angeles, October 1972. 21
    • 254. Cockett, A.T.K., Adey, W.R., and Roberts, A.P.: Urological considerations in space medicine. Aerospace Med. 43:258-262, 1972. 255. Cockett, A.T.K., Roberts, A.P., and Adey, W.R.: The urological problems in space flight. J. Okla. State Med. Assoc., pp. 182-186, May 1972. 256. Hoshizaki, T., McNew, J.J., Sabbot, M.S., and Adey, W.R.: Micturition patterns of an unrestrained chimpanzee under entrained and free-running conditions. Aerospace Med. 43:149-154, 1972. 257. Larsen, L.E., Ruspini, E.H., McNew, J.J., Walter, D.O., and Adey, W.R.: A test of sleep staging systems in the unrestrained chimpanzee. Brain Res. 49:319-343, 1972. 258. Manohar, S., Noda, H., and Adey, W.R.: Behavior of mesencephalic reticular neurons in sleep and wakefulness. Exper. Neurol. 34:140-157, 1972. 259. McNew, J.J., Burson, R.C., Hoshizaki, T., and Adey, W.R.: Sleep-wake cycle of an unrestrained isolated chimpanzee under entrained and freerunning conditions. Aerospace Med. 43:155-151, 1972. 260. McNew, J.J., Sabbot, I.M., Hoshizaki, T., Mandell, A.J., Spooner, C.E., Marcus, I., and Adey, W.R.: Urinary excretion values in 2-day fooddeprived, unrestrained chimpanzees. Amer. J. Physiol. 222:640-644, 1972. 261. Sabbot, I.M., McNew, J.J., Hoshizaki, T., Sedgwick, C.J., and Adey, W.R.: Effect of a 30-day isolation stress on calcium, phosphorous and other excretory products in an unrestrained chimpanzee. Aerospace Med. 43:142-148, 1972. 262. Zweizig, J.R., Adey, W.R., Hanley, J., Hahn, P., Pilmanis, A.A., Given, R.R., and Cockett, A.T.K.: EEG monitoring of a free-swimming diver at a working depth of 15 meters. Aerospace Med. 43:403-407, 1972. 263. Adey, W.R.: Biomedical and sociological implications of U.S. telecommunications research. NAE Panel on Telecommunications Research. Telecommunications Research in the U.S. and Foreign Countries, Report, 2:34-42, 1973. 264. Adey, W.R.: Organization of brain tissue: Is the brain a noisy processor? In: The Physical Principles of Neuronal and Organismic Behavior. M. Conrad and M.E. Margar, eds. Gordon and Breach, London, pp. 117-130, 1973. (Same as Bibliography Nos. 234 and 254.) 265. Adey, W.R.: The physiology of weightlessness. FASEB Symposium, Atlantic City, NJ, April 1972. The Physiologist 16:179-183, 1973. 266. Adey, W.R., and Noda, H.: Influence of eye movements on geniculostriate excitability in the cat. J. Physiol. 235:805-821, 1973. 267. Bawin, S.M., Gavalas-Medici, R.J., and Adey, W.R.: Effects of modulated VHF fields on specific brain rhythms in cats. Brain Res. 58:365-384, 1973. 268. Bayevskiy, R.M., and Adey, W.R.: Investigative Methods in Space Biology and Medicine. Transmission of Medical Data. Nasa Technical Translation, NASA TT F-14, 996, July 1973. 22
    • 269. Cockett, A.T.K., Adey, W.R., and Roberts, A.P.: Maintenance of urinary asepsis in subhuman primates during chronic catheter drainage. Amer. Urological Soc. Meeting, Toronto, Canada, September 1973. 270. Hoshizaki, T., Hahn, P., and Adey, W.R.: Circadian rhythms and sleepwake activity in the biosatellite monkey. FASEB Symposium, Atlantic City, NJ, April 1972. The Physiologist 16:202-211, 1973. 271. Kaczmarek, L., and Adey, W.R.: The efflux of 45Ca2+ and 3(H)-gamma-aminobutyric acid from cat cerebral cortex. Brain Res. 63:331-342, 1973. 272. Kasamatsu, T., and Adey, W.R.: Visual cortical units associated with phasic activity in REM sleep and wakefulness. Brain Res. 55:323-331, 1973. 273. Noda, H., and Adey, W.R.: Neuronal activity in association cortex of the cat during sleep, wakefulness and anesthesia. Brain Res. 54:243-259, 1973. 274. O'Donnell, R.D., Rapp, J., Berkhout, J., and Adey, W.R.: Autospectral and coherence patterns from two locations in the contracting biceps. Electromy Clin. Neurophysiol. 13:269-269, 1973. 275. Adey, W.R.: Biophysical and metabolic bases of cooling effects on cat cortical membrane potentials. Exper. Neurol. 42:113-140, 1974. 276. Bawin, S.M., Gavalas-Medici, R.J., and Adey, W.R.: Reinforcement of transient brain rhythms by Amplitude modulated RF fields. In: Biological and Clinical Effects of Low- Frequency Magnetic and Electric Fields. J.G. Llaurado, A. Sances and J.H. Battocletti, eds. Thomas, Springfield, pp. 172-186, 1974. 277. Kaczmarek, L.K., and Adey, W.R.: Factors affecting the release of [14C] taurine from cat brain: The electrical effects of taurine on normal and seizure prone cortex. Brain Res. 76:83-94, 1974. 278. Kaczmarek, L.K., and Adey, W.R.: Some chemical and electrophysiological effects of glutamate in cerebral cortex. J. Neurobiol. 5:231-241, 1974. 279. Kasamatsu, T., and Adey, W.R.: Excitability changes in various types of visual cortical units in freely behaving cats. Physiol. and Behav. 13:101-112, 1974. 280. Kasamatsu, T., and Adey, W.R.: Excitability changes in various tupes of visual cortical units in freely behaving cats. Physiol. and Behav. 13:101-112, 1974. 281. Kasamatsu, T., and Adey, W.R.: Immediate effects of total visual deafferentation on single unit activity in the visual cortex of freely behaving cats. I: Tonic excitability changes. Exper. Brain Res. 21:157-170, 1974. 282. Kasamatsu, T., and Adey, W.R.: Immediate effect of total visual deafferentation. II: Rhythmic EEG bursts and PGO waves. Ibid, pp. 171-179, 1974. 283. Kasamatsu, T., and Adey, W.R.: Recovery in visual cortical neurons following total visual deafferentation. Brain Res. 74:105-117, 1974. 23
    • 284. Noda, H., and Adey, W.R.: Excitability changes in cat lateral geniculate cells during saccadic eye movements. Science 183:543-545, 1974. 285. Noda, H., and Adey, W.R.: Retinal ganglion cells of the, cat transfer information on saccadic eye movement and quick target motion. Brain Res. 70:340-345, 1974. 286. O'Donnell, R.D., Berkhout, J., and Adey, W.R.: Contamination of scalp EEG spectrum during contraction of cranio-facial muscles. EEG Clin. Neurophysiol. 37:145-151, 1974. 287. Adey, W.R.: Biophysical and metabolic bases of calcium effects on cortical cells. In: Cellular Mechanisms Subserving Changes in Neuronal Activity. C.D. Woody, K.A. Brown, T.J. Crow and J.D. Knispel, eds. Brain Information Service, Research Report No. 3, Univ. of California, Los Angeles, pp. 133-142, 1974. 288. Adey, W.R.: Organizatsiar mozgkak shumyarshii kompiuter. In: Osnovnie problemi electrophyziologii golovnogo mozga. Academy of Sciences, USSR, Moscow, pp. 350-366, 1974. 289. Adey, W.R.: Effects of electromagnetic radiation on the nervous system. Ann. New York Acad. Sci. 247:15-20, 1975. 290. Adey, W.R.: Evidence for cooperative mechanisms in the susceptibility of cerebral tissues to environmental and intrinsic electric fields. In: Functional Linkage in Biomolecular Systems. F.D. Schmitt, D.M. Schneider and D.M. Crothers, eds. Raven Press, New York, pp. 325-342, 1975. 291. Bawin, S.M., Kaczmarek, L.K., and Adey, W.R.: Effects of modulated VHF fields on the central nervous system. Ann. New York Acad. Sci. 247:7480, 1975. 292. Kaczmarek, L.K., and Adey, W.R.: Cortical release of labelled compounds during arousal in the cat: Correlations with carbon dioxide, brain temperature and EEG. Exper. Neurol. 46:57-68, 1975. 293. Kaczmarek, L.K., and Adey, W.R.: Modification of the direct cortical response by taurine. EEG Clin. Neurophysiol. 39:292-294, 1975. 294. Adey, W.R.: On-line analysis and pattern recognition techniques for the electroencephalogram. In: Signal Analysis and Pattern Recognition in Biomedical Engineering. G.F. Inbar, ed. Wiley, New York, pp. 93-120, 1975. 295. Kaczmarek, L.K., and Adey, W.R.: Extracellular release of cerebral macromolecules during potassium- and low-calcium-induced seizures. Epilepsia 16:91-97, 1975. 296. Bawin, S.M., and Adey, W.R.: Interactions between nervous tissue and weak environmental electric fields. Symposium on Biological Effects of nonionizing Electromagnetic Radiation, International Union of Radio Sciences (URSI), Boulder, Colorado, 1975. 297. Adey, W.R.: The influences of impressed electrical fields at EEG frequencies on brain and behavior. In: Behavior and Brain Electrical Activity. N. Burch and H. Altshuler, eds. Plenum Press, New York, pp. 363-390, 1976. 24
    • 298. Bawin, S.M., and Adey, W.R.: Sensitivity of calcium binding in cerebral tissue to weak environmental oscillating low frequency electric fields. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. USA 73:1999-2003, 1976. 299. Adey, W.R.: Review: The Limbic System, by R.L. Isaacson. EEG Clin. Neurophysiol. 40:439-440, 1976. 300. Adey, W.R.: Evidence concerning functions of environmental and intrinsic low frequency electric oscillations in brain tissue (in Russian). Festschrift for Professor M.A. Livanov. In: Functional Significance of Brain Electrical Processes. Science Publishing House, Moscow, USSR, pp. 395-408, 1977. 301. Adey, W.R., and Bawin, S.M. (eds.): Brain interactions with weak electric and magnetic fields. Introduction. MIT Neurosci. Res. Prog. Bull. 15:1-141, 1977. 302. Adey, W.R.: Extracellular microenvironment; electrical impedance and calcium. MIT Neurosci. Res. Prog. Bull. 12:80-84; 140-144, 1977. 303. Adey, W.R.: Models of membranes of cerebral cells as substrates for information storage. Biosystems 8:163-178, 1977. 304. Adey, W.R.: Models of membranes of cerebral cells as substrates for information storage. Biosystems 8:163-178, 1977. 305. Adey, W.R.: The sensorium-and the modulation of cerebral states: Tonic environmental influences on limbic and related systems. Ann. New York Acad. Sci. 290:396-420, 1977. 306. Adey, W.R.: Anatomy and biophysics of brain cells in weak, extremely low (ELF) fields. In: Biologic Effects of Electric and Magnetic Fields Associated with Proposed Project Seafarer. National Academy Sciences/National Research Council, Washington, D.C., pp. 389-400, 1977. 307. Adey, W.R.: Modeli membran mozgovich dletov kak substrata dylar craneniar informatsiu. Physiologiar Cheloveka 3(5):774-788, 1977. (Same as Bibliography No. 306.) 308. Bawin, S.M., Sheppard, A.R., and Adey, W.R.: Possible mechanisms of weak electromagnetic field coupling in brain tissue. Bioelectrochem. and Bioenergetics 5:67-76, 1978. 309. Adey, W.R.: Experiment and theory in long-range interactions of electromagnetic fields at brain cell surfaces. In: Proc. Biomagnetic Effects Workshop, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, Publication LBL-7452, pp. 53-78, 1978. 310. Bawin, S.M., Adey, W.R., and Sabbot, I.: Ionic factors in release of 45Ca2+ from chicken cerebral tissue by electromagnetic fields. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 75(12):6314-6318, 1978. 311. Adey, W.R.: Neurophysiologic effects of radiofrequency and microwave radiation. Bull. New York Acad. Med. 55(11):1079-1093, 1979. 25
    • 312. Adey, W.R.: Experiment and theory in long-range interactions of electromagnetic fields at brain cell surfaces. In: Magnetic Field Effect on Biological Systems. T. Tenforde, ed. Plenum, New York, pp. 57-78, 1979. 313. Sheppard, A.R., and Adey, W.R.: The role of cell surface polarization in biological effects of low frequency fields. In: Proc. 18th Annual Hanford Life Sciences Symposium on Biological Effects of Extremely Low Frequency Electromagnetic Fields, Richland, Washington, October 1979, U.S. Dept. of Energy Publication CONF-781016, pp. 147-158, 1979. 313. Sheppard, A.R., Bawin, S.M., and Adey, W.R.: Models of long-range order in cerebral macromolecules: Effects of sub-ELF and of modulated VHF UHF fields. Radio Sci. 15(6S):141-145, 1979. 314. Adey, W.R.: Open Peer Commentary. Hippocampus, space and memory, Olton, et al. The Behav. and Brain Sci. 2:313-365, 1979. 315. McRee, D.I., Elder, J.A., Gage, M.I., Reiter, L.W., Rosenstein, L.S., Shore, M.L., Galloway, W.D., Adey, W.R., and Guy, A.W.: Effects of nonionizing radiation on the central nervous system, behavior, and blood: A progress report. Environmental Health Perspectives 30:123-131, 1979. 316. Adey, W.R.: Frequency and power windowing in tissue interactions with weak electromagnetic fields. Proc. IEEE 68(1):119-125, 1980. 317. Adey, W.R., and Bawin, S.M.: Nonequilibrium processes in binding and release of brain calcium by low-level electromagnetic fields. In: Advances in Chemistry Series, No. 188, Bioelectrochemistry: Ions, Surfaces, Membranes. M. Blank, ed. American Chemical Society, Washington, D.C., pp. 361-378, 1980. 318. Adey, W.R.: Ionic nonequilibrium phenomena in tissue interactions with electromagnetic fields. American Chemical Society Symposium Series, No. 157. K.H. Illinger, ed. American Chemical Society, Washington, D.C., pp. 271-297, 1981. 319. Adey, W.R., Bawin, S.M., and Lin-Liu, S.: Increased calcium efflux from cerebral tissue exposed to weak modulated microwave fields. In: Proc. Physiological Society (British), 10-11 July 1980, Cambridge, England. J. Physiol. (London) 308:16-17, 1980. 320. Adey, W.R.: Tissue interactions with nonionizing electromagnetic fields. Physiol. Rev. 61:435-514, 1981. 321. Luben, R.A., Cain, C.D., Chen, M.C.-Y., Rosen, D.M., and Adey, W.R. Effects of electromagnetic stimuli on bone and bone cells in vitro: inhibition of responses to parathyroid hormone by low-energy, lowfrequency fields. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. USA 79:4180-4184, 1982. 322. Lawrence, A.F., and Adey, W.R.: Nonlinear wave mechanisms in interactions between excitable tissue and electromagnetic fields. Neurol. Res. 4:1-21, 1982. 323. Lin-Liu, S. and W.R. Adey, W.R.: Low-frequency amplitude modulated microwave fields change calcium efflux rates from synaptosomes. Bioelectromagnetics 3:309-322, 1982. 26
    • 324. Adey, W.R., Bawin, S.M. and Lawrence, A.F.: Effects of weak amplitude modulated microwave fields on calcium efflux from awake cat cerebral cortex. Bioelectromagnetics 3(3):295-307, 1982. 325. Adey, W.R.: Neurophysiologic factors in regulating circulation. Proceedings of Beijing Symposium on Cardiothoracic Surgery, Lyman A. Brewer III International Surgical Society, Beijing, pp. 92-109, 1981. 326. Adey, W.R.: Biological effects of low energy electromagnetic fields on the central nervous system. In: Biological Effects and Dosimetry of Nonionizing Radiation. M. Grandolfo, S.M. Michaelson and A. Rindi, eds. Plenum, New York, pp. 359-391, 1983. 327. Adey, W.R.: Some fundamental aspects of biological effects of extremely low frequency (ELF) fields. In: Biological Effects and Dosimetry of Nonionizing Radiation. M. Grandolfo, S.M. Michaclson and A. Rindi, eds. Plenum, New York, pp. 561-580, 1983. 328. Lyle, D.B., Schechter, P., Adey, W.R. and Lundak, R.L.: Suppression of T-lymphocyte cytotoxicity following exposure to sinusoidally amplitude modulated fields. Bioelectromagnetics 4:281-292, 1983. 329 Adey, W.R.: The central nervous system and radio frequencies and microwaves. G. Ital. Med. Lav. 4:13-16, 1982. 330. Adey, W.R., and Bawin, S.M.: Binding and release of brain calcium by low-level electromagnetic fields: a review. Radio Science 17(5S):149S-157S, 1982. 331. Adey, W.R.: Nonlinear, nonequilibrium aspects of electromagnetic field interactions at cell membranes. In: Nonlinear Electrodynamics os' Biological Systems. W.R. Adey and A.F. Lawrence, eds. Plenum, New York, pp. 3-22, 1984. 332. Adey, W.R.: Molecular aspects of cell membranes as substrates for interaction with electromagnetic fields. In: Synergetics of the Brain. E. Basar, H. Flohr, H. Haken and A.J. Mandell, eds. Springer, Berlin. pp. 201-211, 1983. 333. Lin-Liu, S., Adey, W.R., and Poo, M.-M.: Migration of cell surface concanavalin A receptors in pulsed electric fields. Biophys. J. 45:1211-1218, 1984. 334. Byus, C.V., Lundak, R.L., Fletcher, R.M., and Adey, W.R.: Alterations in protein kinase activity following exposure of cultured human lymphocytes to modulated microwave fields. Bioelectromagnetics 5:341-351, 1984. 335. Adey, W.R., and Lawrence, A.F. (eds.): Nonlinear Electrodynamics of Biological Systems. Plenum, New York, 1984. 336. Bawin, S.M., Sheppard, A.R., Mahoney, M.D. and Adey, W.R.: Influences of sinusoidal electric fields on excitability in the rat hippocampal slice. Brain Research 323:227-237, 1984. 337. Adey, W.R.: Molecular aspects of cell membrane organization in interactions with electromagnetic fields. In: Proc. U.S.-U.S.S.R. Workshop on Nervous System Effects of Electromagnetic Waves, 1984. Report by National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, Research Triangle Park, N.C., May 25-28, 1982. pp. 139-193. 27
    • 338. Adey, W.R.: Tissue interactions with electromagnetic fields. In: Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Brain, Head and Neck; a Text Atlas. W.G. Bradley, A. Hasso and W.R. Adey, eds. Aspen, Rockville, MO. pp. 17-25, 1985. 339. Bradley, W.G., Hasso, AX and Adey, W.R.: Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Brain, Head and Neck; a Text Atlas. Aspen, Rockville, MO., 1985. 340. Adey, W.R., Bawin, S.M. and Lawrence, A.F.: Effects of weak amplitudemodulated microwave fields on calcium efflux from awake cat cerebral cortex. Bioelectromagnetics 3: 295-307, 1982. 341. Lawrence, A.F. and Adey, W.R.: Nonlinear wave mechanisms in interactions between excitable tissue and electromagnetic fields. Neurol. Res. 4: 115-153, 1982. 342. Fitzsimmons, R.J., Farley, J., Adey, W.R., and Baylink, O.J.: Embryonic bone matrix formation is increased after exposure to a low-amplitude capacitively coupled electric field, in vitro. Biochim. Biophys. Acta. 882:51-56, 1986. 343. Bawin, S.M., Abu-Assal, M.L., Sheppard, A.R., Mahoney, M.D., and Adey, W.R.:Long term effects of sinusoidal extracellular electric fields in penicillin-treated rat hippocampal slices. Brain Res. 399: 194-199, 1986. 344. Adey, W.R.: The sequence and energetics of cell membrane transductive coupling to intracellular enzyme systems. Invited lecture, 8th Internat. Symp. Bioelectrochem. Bioenergetics, Bologna, 1985. Bioelectrochem Bioenergetics 15: 447-456, 1986. 345. Byus, C.V., Pieper, S.E., and Adey, W.R.: The effects of low-energy 60Hz environmental electromagnetic fields upon the growth-related enzyme ornithine decarboxylase. Carcinogenesis 8:1385-1389, 1987. 346. Adey, W.R.: Biological models of electromagnetic field interactions with tissues: a review and synthesis of recent findings. In: Interactions of Biological Systems and ELF Electric and Magnetic Fields, L.E. Anderson, B.J. Kelmar and R.J. Weigel, eds. 23rd Hanford Life Sciences Symposium. US Dept. of Energy Symposium Series No. 60., US Dept. of Energy, Washington DC, pp. 237-248, 1988. 347. Sagan, P.M., Stell, M.E., Bryan, G.K., and Adey, W.R.: Detection of 60Hz vertical electric fields by rats. Bioelectromagnetics 8:303-313, 1987. 348. Byus, C.V., Kartun, K., Pieper, S. and Adey, W.R.: Increased ornithine decarboxylase activity in cultured cells exposed to low energy modulated microwave fields and phorbol-ester tumor promoters. Cancer Res. 48:4222-4226, 1988. 349. Cain, C.D., Adey, W.R., and Luben, R.A.: Evidence that pulsed electromagnetic fields inhibit coupling of adenylate cyclase by parathyroid hormone in bone cells. J. Bone Mineral Res. 2:437-441, 1987. 350. Fitzsimmons, R.J., Farley, R.J., Adey, W.R., and Baylink, D.J.: Frequency dependence of increased cell proliferation, in vitro, in exposures to low-amplitude, low-frequency electric field: evidence for dependence on increased mitogen activity released into culture medium. J. Cell. Physiol. 139: 1989. 28
    • 351. Adey, W.R.: Cell membranes , the electromagnetic environment and cancer promotion. Festschrift foe Prof. H. Hyden, Univ Goteborg, Sweden. A. Dahlstrom, ed. Neurochem. Res. 13:671-677, 1988. 352. Adey, W.R.: Physiological signalling across cell membranes and cooperative influences of extremely low frequency electromagnetic fields. In: Biological Coherence and Response to External Stimuli, H. Frohlich, ed. Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, pp. 148-170, 1988. 353. Adey, W.R., and Sheppard, A.R.: Cell surface ionic phenomena in transmembrane signaling to intracellular enzyme systems. In: Mechanistic Approaches to Interactions of Electromagnetic Fields with Living Systems, M. Blank and E. Fiendl, eds. Plenum Press, New York, pp. 365-387, 1987. 354. Lyle, D.B., Ayotte, R.D., Sheppard, A.R., and Adey, W.R.: Suppression of T- lymphocyte cytotoxicity following exposure to 6OHz sinusoidal electric fields. Bioelectromagnetics 9:303-313, 1988. 355. Vasquez, B.M., Anderson, L.E., Lowery, C.1.91 and Adey, W.R.: Diurnal patterns in brain biogenic amines of rats exposed to high voltage electric fields. Bioelectromagnetics 9:229-236, 1988. 356. Adey, W.R.: The cellular microenvironment and signaling through cell membranes. In: Electromagnetic waves and Neurobehavior Function, R.H. Lovely and M.E. O'Connor, eds. Liss, New York, pp. 81-106, 1988. 357. Adey, W.R.: Electromagnetic field interactions in the brain. In: Springer Series in Brain Dynamics I, E. Basar, ed. Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, pp. 157-172, 1988. 358. Adey, W.R.: The 1985 Abbie Memorial Lecture, Nerve cell membranes and intercellular communication in brain tissue, University of Adelaide School of Medicine. University of Adelaide, 1989. 3S9. Adey, W.R.: Electromagnetic fields, cell membrane amplification and cancer promotion. Proc. 1986 Annual Meeting National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurement, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, pp. 80-110, 1988. 360. Bawin, S.M., Shahhal, I., Mahoney. M.D. and Adey, W.R.: Induction of synchronized bursts in hippocampal slices by weak sine-wave stimulation; role of NMDA receptor. Epilepsy Res. 3:41-48, 1989. 361. Adey, W.R.: Biological effects of radio frequency radiation. In: Electromagnetic Interaction with Biological Systems, J.C. Lin, ed., Plenum, New York, pp. 109-140, 1989. 362. Adey, W.R.: Do EEG-like processes influence brain function at a physiological level? In: Springer Series in Brain Dynamics 1, E. Basar, ed. Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, pp. 362-367, 1988. 363. Adey, W.R.: Effects of microwaves on cells and molecules. Nature, London 333:401, 1988. 29
    • 364. Adey, W.R.: Cell membranes, electromagnetic fields, and intercellular communication. In: Springer Series in Brain Dynamics II, E. Basar and T.H. Bullock, eds. Springer- Verlag, Berlin, pp. 26-42, 1989. 365. Adey, W.R.: Evidence for tissue interactions with microwave and other nonionizing electromagnetic fields in cancer promotion. In: Biophysical Aspects of Cancer, J. Fiala and J. Pokorny, eds. Karlovy University, Prague, pp. 147-158, 1987. 366. Adey, W.R.: Joint actions of environmental nonionizing electromagnetic fields and chemical pollution in cancer promotion. Symposium "Environmental Medicine in the 21st Century," National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, Research Triangle Park, NC, April 1988. Environmental Health Perspectives 86:297-305, 1990. 367. McGivern, R.F., Sokol, R.Z., and Adey, W.R.: Perinatal exposure to a low-frequency electromagnetic field demasculinizes adult scent marking behavior and increases accessory sex organ weights in rats. Teratology 41:1-8, 1990. 368. Adey, W.R.: Electromagnetic fields in studies of cell membrane transductive coupling and intercellular communication. In: Melanges de Neurophysiologie. Memorial Volume to Prof. A.M. Monnier. P. Laget and Mme A. Monnier, eds. Singer-Polignac Foundation, Paris ISBN 2-85210-032-0. pp. 7-33, 1989. 369. Adey, W.R.: Electromagnetic fields, cell membrane ampllification and cancer promotion. In: Extremelly Low Frequency Electromagnetic Fields: The Question of Cancer, B.W. Wilson, R.G. Stevens and L.E. Anderson, eds. Battelle press, Columbus, Ohio, pp. 211-249, 1990. 370. Adey, W.R.: Nonlinear electrodynamics in cell membrane transductive coupling. In: Advances in Cell Membrane Fluidity, Vol. 4., R.C. Aloia, C.C. Curtain, and L.M. Gordon, eds. Liss, New York, pp. 1-27, 1990. 371. Adey, W.R.: ELF magnetic fields and promotion of cancer - experimental studies. Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, Stockholm. In: Resonance and other Interactions of Electromagnetic Fields with Living Systems. C. Ramel and B. Norden, eds. Oxford University Press, pp. 23-46, 1992. 372. Adey, W.R.: Collective properties of cell membranes. Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, Stockholm. In: Resonance and other Interactions.of Electromagnetic Fields with Living Systems. C. Ramel and B. Norden, eds. Oxford University Press, pp. 47-77, 1992. 373. Adey, W.R. Electromagnetic fields and the essence of living systems. Plenary Lecture, International Union of Radio Sciences (URSI), Prague, 1990. In: Modern Radio Science, J.B. Andersen, ed. Oxford University Press, pp. 1-36, 1990. 374. Adey, W.R. Signal functions of brain electrical rhythms and their modulation by external electromagetic fields. In: Induced Rhythms of the Brain, E. Basar and T.H. Bullock, eds. Birkhauser Boston, pp. 325-377, 1992. 375. Phillips, J.L., Haggren, W., Thomas, W.J., Ishida-Jones, T., and Adey, W.R. Magnetic field-induced changes in specific gene transcription. Biochim. Biophys. Acta 1132: 140-144, 1992. 30
    • 376. Adey, W.R.: Hearings on Health Effects of Transmission Lines. Subcommittee on Water and Power Resources. Testimony, Honorable George Miller, Chairman, October 6, 1987. 377. Adey, W.R.: Hearing on the Status of Federal Research on the Potential Health Effects of Electromagnetic Radiation. Testimony, Subcommittee on Natural Resources, Agriculture Research and Environment, Congressman James H. Scheuer, Chairman, July 25, 1990. 378. Adey, W.R.: Hearing on Health Risks Posed by Radar Guns; the Extent of Federal Research and Regulatory Development of Microwave Emissions from Hand-Held Radar Guns. Testimony, Ad Hoc Subcommittee on Consumer and Environmental Affairs, Senator Joseph T. Lieberman, Chairman. August 7, 1992. 379. Adey, W.R.: Acceptance speech on occasion of receiving d'Arsonval Medal of Bioelectromagnetics Society. Invited paper. Bioelectromagnetics 11:5-11, 1990. 380. Adey, W.R.: Presentation of d'Arsonval Medal of Bioelectromagnetics Society to Professor C.A.L. Bassett, 1991. Introduction. Bioelectromagnetics 13:3-6, 1992 381. Adey, W.R.: Electromagnetic technology and the future of bioelectromagnetics. In: Electricity and Magnetism in Biology and Medicine, M. Blank ed. First World Congress on Electricity and Magnetism in Biology and Medicine, Coral Gables FL, 1992. San Francisco Press, San Francisco, 1993. pp. 101-108. 382. Adey, W.R.: Whispering between cells: electromagnetic fields and essential regulatory mechanisms in tissue. Frontier Perspectives 3:21-25. 383. Adey, W.R.: Mechanisms mediating athermal bioeffects of nonionizing electromagnetic fields. International Union of Radio Sciences (URSI), German National Assembly, Kleinheubach, pp. 1-17, 1993. 384. Adey, W.R.: Electromagnetics in biology and medicine. International Union of Radio Sciences (URSI), 23rd General Assembly, Kyoto, 1993. In: Modern Radio Science, H. Matsumoto, ed. Oxford University Press, 1993. pp. 227-245. 385. Adey, W.R. Biological effects of electromagnetic fields. J. Cell. Biochem. 51:410-416. 386. Cain, C.D. Thomas, D.L., and Adey, W.R.: 60hz magnetic field acts as copromoter in focus formation of C3H10T1/2 cells. Carcinogenesis 14:955-960, 1993. 387. Phillips, J.L., Haggren, W., Thomas, W.J., Ishida-Jones, T., and Adey, W.R.: Effects of 72-Hz pulsed magnetic field exposure on RAS P21 expression in CCRF-CEM cells. Cancer Biochem. Biophys. 13:187-193, 1993. 388. Stell, M., Sheppard, A.R., and Adey, W.R.: The effect of moving air on detection of a 60-Hz electromagnetic field. Bioelectromagnetics 14:67-78, 1993. 389. Adey, W.R.: A growing scientific consensus on the cell and molecular biology mediating environmental interactions with environmental electromagnetic fields. In: "Biological Effects of Electric and Magnetic Fields", S. Ueno, ed. Plenum Press, New York, pp. 45-61, 1996. 31
    • 390. Bawin, S.M., Satmary, W.M., and Adey, W.R.: Nitric oxide modulates rhythmic slow activity in rat hippocampal slices, NeuroReport 5:151-156, 1994. 391. Bawin, S.M., Satmary, W.M., Jones, R.A., Adey, W.R., and Zimmerman, G.: Extremely low frequency magnetic fields disrupt rhythmic slow activity in rat hippocampal slices. Bioelectromagnetics 17:388-395, 1996. 392. Adey, W.R.: Bioeffects of mobile communication fields; possible mechanisms for cumulative dose. In: "Mobile Communication Safety", N. Kuster, Q. Balzano, and Lin, C.J., eds. Chapman, Hall, New York, pp. 103-139, 1997. 393. Adey, W.R.: Electromagnetic interactions at cell membranes a paradigm shift in biology. Wellcome Trust Visiting Professor, Royal Society of Medicine, London. Lecture Summary, 15 pp. February 21, 1996. 394. Adey, W.R.: Sechenov Medallist, Russian Academy of Medical Sciences, Moscow. The Twelfth Sechenov Readings, June, 1996. 12 pp. 395. Adey, W.R.: Jim Henry's world revisited - environmental "stress" at the psychophysiological and the molecular levels. Acta Physiol. Scandinavica 161 (Suppl. 640):176-179, 1997. 396. Adey, W.R.: Electromagnetic fields and the brain, the modulation of brain functions - a possible paradigm shift in biology. International Encylopedia of Neuroscience, 2nd Edition, Elsevier, Amsterdam. CD-ROM entry, 17 pp., 1998. 397. Adey, W.R. Cell and molecular biology associated with radiation fields of mobile telephones. International Union of Radio Sciences (URSI). Review of Radio Science, 1996-1999. W.R. Stone and S. Ueno, eds. Oxford University Press. pp. 845-872, 1999. 398.Adey, W.R., Byus, C.V., Higgins, R.J., Jones, R.A., Kean, C.J., Kuster, N., Macmurray, A., Stagg, R.B., Zimmerman, G., and Haggren, W.: Spontaneous and nitrosourea- induced primary tumors of the central nervous system in Fischer 344 rats chronically exposed to 836 MHz modulated microwaves. Radiation Res. 152:293-302, 1999. 399.Adey, W.R., Byus, C.V., Cain, C.D., Higgins, R.J.,Jones, R.A., Kean, C.J., Kuster, N., MacMurray, A., Stagg, R.B. and Zimmerman, G. Spontaneous and nitrosourea-induced primary tumors of the central nervous system in Fischer 344 rats exposed to frequency- modulated microwave fields. Cancer Res. 60:1857-1863. 400.Stagg, R.B., Hawel, L.H. III,Pastorian, K., Cain, C., Adey, W.R. and Byus C.V. Effect of immobilization and concurrent exposure to a pulse-modulated microwave field on core body temperature, plasma ACTH and corticosteroid, and brain ornithine decarboxylase, Fos and Jun mRNA. Radiation Res. 155:584-592, 2001. 401.Engstrom, S., Bawin, S., Adey, W.R. Magnetic field sensitivity in the hippocampus. In: "Self-Organized Biological Dynamics and Nonlinear Control," J. Walleczek, ed. Cambridge University Press. pp. 216-234, 2000. 32
    • ABSTRACTS 1. Adey, W.R., Segundo, J.P., and Livingston, R.B.: The effect of corticifugal projections on brainstem conduction. Amer. J. Physiol. 179:613, 1954. 2. Green, J.D., and Adey, W.R.: Hippocampal responses to diencephalic stimulation. Amer. J. Physiol. 179:618, 1954. 3. Adey, W.R., Bradley, K.C., and Sunderland, S.: Investigations of temporal lobe functions in consciousness and epilepsy. Proc. Royal Australasian College of Physicians, Melbourne Meeting, October 1956. Australas Ann. Med. 6:83, 1957. 4. Adey, W.R., and Buchwald, N.A.: Amygdaloid and pallidal influences on midbrain reticular units responding to sciatic nerve stimulation. The Physiologist 1(4):1-2, 1958. 5. Holmes, J.E., and Adey, W.R.: Electrical activity of the entorhinal cortex during conditioned behavior. The Physiologist 2(3):60, 1959. 6. Lindsley, D.F., and Adey, W.R.: The genesis and dissociation of wave and unit activity in cerebellum and globus pallidus. Proc. Western EEG Soc., San Diego, March 1960. EEG Clin. Neurophysiol. 12:546, 1960. 7. Walter, R.D., Adey, W.R., Rand, R., and Markham, D.: Observations on recording and stimulation of globus pallidus and thalamus in man. XIV Annual Meeting, Amer. EEG Soc., Boston, June 1960, p. 38. 8. Wendt, R.H., and Adey, W.R.: A study of evoked unit activity in the hypothalamus. Proc. XVI Internat. Anat. Congr., New York, 1960, p. 301. 9. Adey, W.R.: Studies of integrative processes in cerebral systems based on mathematical analysis of electroencephalographic records. Nat. Acad. Sci. Fall Meeting, Washington. Science 135:1425-1426, 1961. 10. Lindsley, D.F., and Adey, W.R.: Availability of peripheral input to the midbrain reticular formation. Exper. Neurol. 4:358-376, 1961. 11. Adey, W.R., Bell, F.R., and Creutzfeldt, O.D.: Spontaneous activity and afferent stimulation of neurons in the amygdaloid nuclei. XXII Internat. Physiol. Cong., Leyden, 1962, Abstract No. 1029. 12. Adey, W.R., Walter, D.O., and Kado, R.T.: Examination of integrative processes in cerebral systems by computer analysis of electroencephalographic and impedance records. Ibid, Abstract No. 1963. 13. Chapman, L.F., Walter, R.D., Adey, W.R., Crandall, P.H., Rand, R.W., Brazier, M.A.B., and Markham, C.H.: Altered electrical activity of human hippocampus and amygdala induced by LSD-25. The Physiologist 5:118, 1962. 14. Radulovacki, M., and Adey, W.R.: Hippocampal EEG rhythms and the orienting reflex. The Physiologist 7:231, 1964. 15. Rhodes, J.M., Adey, W.R., Hanley, J., Kavan, E., Reite, M.L., and Walter, D.O.: Sleep patterns after limbic lesions in the monkey. Proc. XVIII Annual Meeting, Amer. EEG Soc., October 1964, Santa Fe, New Mexico, p. 30. 33
    • 16. Elazar, W., Kado, R.T., and Adey, W.R.: Impedance changes during epileptic seizures. League Against Epilepsy Annual Meeting, New York City, December 1965. 17. Elul, R., and Adey, W.R.: The intracellular correlate of gross evoked responses. XXIII Internat. Congr. of Physiol. Sci., Tokyo, Japan, 1965. 18. McIlwain, J.T., Kado, R.T., Wang, H., and Adey, W.R.: Impedance measurements in hippocampus, amygdala and midbrain reticular formation discriminative responses in cat. Anat. Rec. 154:385, 1966. 19. Wang, H.H., Kado, R.T., and Adey, W.R.: Calcium, mucopolysaccharides and cerebral impedance. Fed. Proc. 27:749, 1968. 20. Susz, J.P., and Adey, W.R.: Glycoproteins from insoluble fractions from rat brain. Electrophoresis in sodium dodecylsulfate-acrylamide gels. Fed. Proc. 28:2, 1969. 21. Walter, D.O., Hanley, J., Berkhout, J., Rovner, L., Zweizig, J.R., and Adey, W.R.: Remote spectral and discriminant analysis of electroencephalogram. EEG Clin. Neurophysiol. 27:732, 1969. 22. Adey, W.R.: The EEG in physical and psychological stress. Amer. EEG Soc. Symp., Washington, D.C., September 1970. 23. TeJada, R., Sedgwick, C., Zweizig, J.R., and Adey, W.R.: Telemetry implantation in the pleural cavity. National Telemetry Conference, Los Angeles, 1970. 24. Adey, W.R.: Neuronal ensemble behavior in cerebral information transaction. IV IFIP Colloquium on Optimization Techniques, Los Angeles, 1971. 25. Kasamatsu, T., and Adey, W.R.: Excitability changes in visual and cortical neurons in natural transitions of sleep and waking. Soc. for Neurosci., Washington, D.C., October 1971. 26. Sabbot, I.M., McNew, J.J., Hoshizaki, T., and Adey, W.R.: Calcium and phosphorus excretion during short-term stress and prolonged stresses in the unrestrained chimpanzee. Proc. 42nd Annual Scientific Meeting, Aerospace Med. Assoc., Houston, April 1971. 27. Adey, W.R., and Baker, M.A.: Temperature effects on membrane potentials of cortical neurons in cat. Fed. Proc. 31:303, 1972. 28. Barber, W.R., and Adey, W.R.: Physiological considerations in implantable telemetry. Internat. Telemetry Conference, Los Angeles, October 1972. 29. Bystrom, B.G., Costin, A., and Adey, W.R.: Ultrastructural changes in the brain following local application of guinea pig serum. XXX Annual Pr. Electron Microscopy Soc. Amer., Los Angeles, 1972. 30. Hanley, J., Hahn, P.M., and Adey, W.R.: Physiological correlates of delayed-matching and visuomotor task performance in the Biosatellite III. COSPAR Meeting, Madrid, Spain, May 1972. 31. Noda, H., and Adey, W.R.: Effects of saccadic image motion on the geniculo-striate system of chronic cats. Soc. for Neurosci., Houston, TX, October 1972. 34
    • 32. Zweizig, R., Adey, W.R., Hanley, J., and Hahn, P.: Undersea EEG telemetry using return current density transmission. Biomed. Engineering Soc., Johns Hopkins Univ., Baltimore, April 1972. 33. Cockett, A.T.K., Zehl, D.N., Hanley, J., Adey, W.R., Roberts, A.P., and Zweizig, J.R.: Bubble-emboli formation and neurocirculatory changes in decompression sickness. Aerospace Med. Assoc. Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., May 1973. 34. Hanley, J., Hahn, P.M , and Adey, W.R.: Task performance of the Biosatellite 3 monkey in earth orbital flight. Life Sci. And Space Res. XI, Berlin, 1973. 35. Hanley, J., Nirenberg, L.M., and Adey, W.R.: Phase-locked loop detection of motor phenomena in the spontaneous EEG. Amer. EEG. Soc. Meeting, Boston, June 1973. 36. Kaczmarek, L.K., and Adey, W.R.: Calcium and gamma-aminobutyric acid fluxes in cat cerebral cortex. FASEB Annual Meeting, Atlantic City, NJ, April 1973. 37. Noda, H., and Adey, W.R.: Activity of optic tract units during spontaneous eye movement in the cat. ARVO Meeting, Sarasota, FL, May 1973. 38. Noda, H., and Adey, W.R.: Excitability changes of lateral geniculate cells following saccadic eye movements of chronic cats. Proc. Soc. for Neurosci., San Diego, CA, November 1973, p. 30. 39. Adey, W.R., Bawin, S.M., Gavalas-Medici, R., and Kaczmarek, L.K.: Biophysical substrates of interaction of brain tissue with weak electrical fields. Proc. XXI Internat. Congr. Physiol. Sci., Delhi, 1974, p. 175 (Abstract No. 525). 40. Bawin, S.M., and Adey, W.R.: Effects of weak low frequency electric fields on calcium efflux form isolated chick and cat brain. Proc. Annual Meeting, Internat. Union of Radio Sci. (URSI), Boulder, Co, October 1975. 41. Bawin, S.M., and Adey, W.R.: Effects of weak low frequency electric fields on calcium efflux form isolated chick and cat brain. The Physiologist 18:133, 1975. 42. Adey, W.R., and Bawin, S.M.: Efflux of calcium and amino acids from cerebral tissue with weak, low-frequency electric fields. Fed. Proc. 36:589, 1977. 43. Adey, W.R., and Bawin, S.M.: ELF, VHF and UHG field effects on calcium binding. Annual Meeting Soc. for Neurosci, Anaheim, CA, November 1977. 44. Bawin, S.M., Sheppard, A.R., and Adey, W.R.: Models of long-range order in cerebral macromolecules: Effects of ELF, VHF and UHF fields on calcium binding. URSI Symp. on Biological Effects of Electromagnetic Waves, Airlie, VA, November 1977, p. 100. 45. Adey, W.R.: Interaction of brain tissue with low level electromagnetic fields. Radiation Research Society, 26th Annual Meeting, Toronto, Canada, May 1978, p. 36. 46. Adey, W.R., and Bawin, S.M.: Brain cell surfaces in cooperative binding and release of calcium by low level electromagnetic fields. URSI Symp. on Biological Effects of Electromagnetic Waves, Helsinki, Finland, August 1978, p. 53. 35
    • 47. Adey, W.R.: Tissue interactions with electromagnetic fields. Dept. of Energy Symp. on Environmental Control, "Energy and Environmental Goals: Compatibility through Environmental Controls," November 1978, p. 110. 48. Adey, W.R., and Bawin, S.M.: Nonequilibrium processes in binding and release of brain calcium by low-level EM fields. 176th Annual Meeting, Amer. Chem. Soc. Symp. on Surface Chemistry in Biology and Medicine, Miami, florida, September 1978, Abstract No. 121. 49. Adey, W.R.: Implications of weak oscillating electric fields surrounding cerebral neurons in information processing and retrieval. Proc. 145th Annual Meeting, Amer. Assoc. Advancement of Sci., Houston, TX, January 1979, p. 54. 50. Sheppard, A.R., and Adey, W.R.: The role of cell surface polarization in biological effects of ELF fields. 18th Annual Hanford Life Sci. Symp. on Biological Effects of Extremely-Low Frequency Electromagnetic Fieldst October 1979, p. 27. 51. Adey, W.R.: Ionic non-equilibrium phenomena in brain interactions with weak RF and microwave fields. In: The Mechanisms of Microwave Biological Effects. Report on a W.Jrkshop held at the Univ. of Maryland, College Park, MD. May 14-16, 1979. L.S. Taylor and A.Y. Cheung, eds. Sponsored by Office of Naval Research, Naval Medical R&D Command, Bureau of Radiological Health, FDA, pp. 17-18, 1980. 52. Sheppard, A.R., and Adey, W.R.: Nonlinear mechanisms in electrical transductive coupling at nerve cell membranes. Proc. URSI Symposium on Biological Effects of Electromagnetic Waves, Seattle, WA, June 1979, p. 310. 53. Bawin, S.M., Sabbot, I., Bystrom, Sagan, P.M., and Adey, W.R.: Effects of 60 Hz environmental electric fields on the central nervous system of laboratory rats. Ibid, p. 482. 54. Adey, W.R.: Ionic nonequilibrium phenomena in brain cell interactions with EM fields. Proc. Amer. Chem. Soc. 179th Annual Meeting Physical Chem. Section, Houston, March 1980. Abstract No. 110. 55. Bawin, S.M., Lin-Liu, S., Adey, W.R. and Pilla, A.A.: Influence of pulsed magnetic fiels on calcium binding in isolated brain tissue. Electrochemical Society, 157th Annual Meeting, St. Louis, MO, May 1980. Abstract No. 461. 56. Bawin, S.M., Adey, W.R., Lawrence, A.F., and Bassen, H.I.: Weak, amplitude- modulated radiofrequency fields modify 45Ca2+ release from cat cerebral cortex. Proc. Bioelectromagnetics Soc. 2nd Annual Meeting, San Antonio, TX, September 1980. 57. Lin-Liu, S., and Adey, W.R.: Effect of ELF modulated 450 MHz field on calcium efflux from rat synaptosomes. Ibid, Abstract No. 35. 58. Sheppard, A.R., French, E., and Adey, W.R.: ELF electric fields alter neuronal excitability in Aplysia neurons. Ibid, Abstract No. 82. 59. Bawin, S.M., Adey, W.R., Lin-Liu, S., and Mahoney, M.D.: Calcium sensitivity of enkephalin response i., the hippocampal slice. Proc. 10th Annual Meeting Soc. for Neuroscience, Cincinnati, OH, November 1980. Abstract No. 260.r, p. 765, 1980. 36
    • 60. Lawrence, A.F., Bawin, S.M. and Adey, W.R.: Reaction-diffusion models for calcium fluxes in nervous tissue. Ibid, Abstract No. 137A.8, p. 407. 61. Lin-Liu, S., Bawin, S.M., and Adey, W.R.: The role of -endorphin on calcium effluxes in synaptosomes. Ibid, Abstract No. 260.5, p. 766. 62. Sheppard, A.R., French, E. and Adey, W.R.: Extracellular alternating currents change firing rate in Aplysia pacemaker neurons. Ibid, Abstract No. 71.3, p. 197. 63. Lin-Liu, S., Adey, W.R. and E.M. Helm: Mechanisms of beta-endorphin regulated calcium events in synaptosomes. Soc. for Neuroscience, 11th Annual Meeting, Los Angeles, October 1981. Proceedings, p. 828. 64. Bawin, S.M., Adey, W.R. and Mahoney, M.D.: Sine wave electrical stimulation affects synaptic function in the hippocampal slice. Soc. for Neuroscience, 11th Annual Meeting, Los Angeles, October 1981. Proceedings, p. 888. 65. Adey, W.R.: Nonequilibrium models of cell membrane int erections with weak electromagnetic fields. American Chemical Society, 183rd Annual Meeting, Las Vegas, March 1982. Proceedings, p. C167. 66. Bawin, S.M., Mahoney, M.D., Vasquez, B.J. and Adey, W.R.: Modulation of cerebral excitability by electrical field stimulation. Bioelectromagnetics Society, 4th Annual Meeting, Los Angeles, June 1982. Proceedings, p. 33. Abstract No. F-10. 67. Sheppard, A.R. and Adey, W.R.: Use of time series analysis for the detection of ELF electric field effects on neuronal firing rates. Bioelectromagnetics Society, 4th Annual Meeting, Los Angeles, June 1982. Proceedings, p. 34. Abstract No. F-11. 68. Sagan, P.M., Stell, M., and Adey, W.R.: Replication of psychometric function and absolute thresholds of rats for 60 Hz electric fields. Bioelectromagnetics Society, 4th Annual Meeting, Los Angeles, Jun 1982. Proceedings, p. 48. Abstract No. G-25. 69. Lin-Liu, S., Ham, J., and Adey, W.R.: Diffusion of Con A receptors on cultured myoblast membranes exposed to low frequency pulsed magnetic fields (PMF). Bioelectromagnetics Society, 4th Annual Meeting, Los Angeles, June 1982. Proceedings, p. 73. Abstract No. 1-6. 70. Byus, C.V., Lundak, R.L., Fletcher, R.M., and Adey, W.R.: Exposure to a modulated microwave field results in a transient decrease in protein kinase activity in human lymphocytes. Bioelectromagnetics Soc., Sth Annual Scientific Session, Boulder, CO, June 12, 1983. Proceedings, p. 2. 71. Sheppard, A.R., Burton, M.L., and Adey, W.R.: Results of exposures of Aplysia pacemaker neurons to ELF 60 Hz and DC magnetic fields. Bioelectromagnetics Soc., 5th Annual Scientific Session, Boulder, CO, June 12, 1983. Proceedings, p. 25. 72. Bawin, S.M., Sheppard, A.R., Mahoney, M.D., and Adey, W.R.: Effects of 60 and 5 Hz electric fields on neuronal excitability in rat hippocampal slices. Bioelectromagnetics Soc., Sth Annual Scientific Session, Boulder, CO, June 12, 1983. Proceedings, p. 28. 73. Vasquez, B.J., Deloff, L., and Adey, W.R.: Effects of EMF on neurotransmitter release. Bioelectromagnetics Soc., Sth Annual Scientific Session, Boulder, CO, June 12, 1983. Proceedings, p. 45. 37
    • 74. Lin-Liu, S., Poo, M.-M., Helm, E.M. and Adey, W.R.: Mabilization of concanavalin A receptors in pulsed electric fields. Bioelectromagnetics Soc., 5th Annual Scientific Session, Boulder, CO, June 12, 1983. Proceedings, p. 70. 75. Adey, W.R., and Sukenik, H.J.: Sleep-wake states in cats exposed to combined chick, light flash and pulsed RF fields. Bioelectromagnetics Soc., Sth Annual Scientific Session, Boulder, CO, June 12, 1983. Proceedings, p. 115. 76. Sheppard, A.R., Burton, M.L. and Adey, W.R.: Field effects on electrophysiological functions of Aplysia neurons. Dept. of Energy, Contractors' Conference, Kansas City, MO, November 5, 1983. 77. Lin-Liu, S., and Adey, W.R.: Cell surface dynamics. Dept. of Energy, Contractors' Conference, Kansas City, MO, November 5, 1983. 78. Bawin, S.M., Mahoney, M.D., and Adey, W.R.: Studies of cellular responses to ELF fields: hippocampal slice preparation. Dept. of Energy, Contractors' Conference, Kansas City, MO, November 5, 1983. 79. Sagan, P.M., Stell, M.E., and Adey, W.R.: Behavioral research on 60 Hz electric fields. Dept. of Energy, Contractors' Conference, Kansas City, Mo. 80. Lin-Liu, S., Cain, C., and Adey, W.R.: Effects of ELF on forskolin activation of adenylate cyclase in hippocampal slices. Bioelectromagnetic Soc., 6th Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA, July 15, 1984. Proceedings, p. 5. 81. Lyle, O.B., Kamin, G.W. and Adey, W.R.: Combined effects of a 60 Hz pulsed 20 gauss magnetic field and 12-0-tetradecanoylphorbol- -acetate (TPA) on T-cell growth factor responsiveness and human myeloid leukemia proliferation. Bioelectromagnetics Soc., 6th Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA, July 15, 1984. Proceedings, p. 8. 82. Vasquez, B.J., McNeeley, P., and Adey, W.R.: In vitro release of rat brain catecholamines after exposure to ELF modulated fields. Bioelectromagnetics Soc., 6th Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA, July 15, 1984. Proceedings, p. 82. 83. Berkhout, J., Walter, D.O., and Adey, W.R.: An analysis of spectral characteristics over nine discrete epoches of resting. EEG activity in a group of 42 subjects. In: Proc. Amer. Electroenceph. Soc., October 1966, p. 119. 84. Dunlop, C.W., Killam, K.F., Brazier, M.A.B. and Adey, W.R.: Effects of gamma- aminobutyric acid and thiosemicarbazine on the cerebellar activity in the cat. Fed. Proc. 18:38, 1959. 38