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Nissenbaum MA, Aramini JJ, Hanning CD. Effects of industrial wind turbine noise on sleep and health. Noise Health 2012;14:237-43.  

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3.    Krogh CM, Gillis L, Kouwen N, Aramini J. WindVOiCe, a self-reporting survey: Adverse health effects, industrial wind turbines, and the need for vigilance monitoring. Bull Sci Technol Soc 2011;31:334-45.  
    
4.    Pierpont N. Wind Turbine Syndrome: A Report on a Natural Experiment. Santa Fe, New Mexico: K-Selected Books; 2009.  
    
5.    McMurtry RY. Toward a case definition of adverse health effects in the environs of industrial wind turbines: Facilitating a clinical diagnosis. Bull Sci Technol Soc 2011;31:316-20.  
    
6.    Advisory Group on Non-Ionising Radiation. Health Effects of Exposure to Ultrasound and Infrasound. Didcot, Chilton: Health Protection Agency; 2010.  
    
7.    Chief Medical Officer of Health of Ontario. The potential health impact of wind turbines, 2010. Available from: http://www.health.gov.on.ca/en/common/ministry/publications/reports/wind_turbine/wind_turbine.pdf. [Last accessed on 2013 Sep 28].  
    
8.    Colby WD, Dobie R, Leventhall DM, Lipscomb DM, McCunney RJ, Seilo MT, et al. Wind Turbine Sound and Health Effects. An Expert Panel Review. : American Wind Energy Association and Canadian Wind Energy Association; 2009.  
    
9.    Chapman S. Symptoms, diseases and aberrant behaviours attributed to wind turbine exposure, 2013. Available from: http://www.tobacco.health.usyd.edu.au/assets/pdfs/publications/WindfarmDiseases.pdf. [Last accessed on 2013 May 30].  
    
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11.    St Clare W. Country news. Gentleman′s Magazine 1787;57:268.  
    
12.    Science museum′s history of medicine - Neurasthenia, 2013. Available from: http://www.sciencemuseum.org.uk/broughttolife/techniques/neurasthenia.aspx. [Last accessed on 2013 May 25].  
    
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15.    Wells G. Obsession, a Life in Wireless. London: BVWS; 2002.  
    
16.    Rubin GJ, Das Munshi J, Wessely S. Electromagnetic hypersensitivity: A systematic review of provocation studies. Psychosom Med 2005;67:224-32.  
    
17.    Rubin GJ, Nieto-Hernandez R, Wessely S. Idiopathic environmental intolerance attributed to electromagnetic fields (formerly ′electromagnetic hypersensitivity′): An updated systematic review of provocation studies. Bioelectromagnetics 2010;31:1-11.  
    
18.    Röösli M. Radiofrequency electromagnetic field exposure and non-specific symptoms of ill health: A systematic review. Environ Res 2008;107:277-87.  
    
19.    Röösli M, Frei P, Mohler E, Hug K. Systematic review on the health effects of exposure to radiofrequency electromagnetic fields from mobile phone base stations. Bull World Health Organ 2010;88:887-96F.  
    
20.    Rubin GJ, Hillert L, Nieto-Hernandez R, van Rongen E, Oftedal G. Do people with idiopathic environmental intolerance attributed to electromagnetic fields display physiological effects when exposed to electromagnetic fields? A systematic review of provocation studies. Bioelectromagnetics 2011;32:593-609.  
    
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23.    Das-Munshi J, Rubin GJ, Wessely S. Multiple chemical sensitivities: Review. Curr Opin Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 2007;15:274-80.  
    
24.    Bingel U, Wanigasekera V, Wiech K, Ni Mhuircheartaigh R, Lee MC, Ploner M, et al. The effect of treatment expectation on drug efficacy: Imaging the analgesic benefit of the opioid remifentanil. Sci Transl Med 2011;3:70ra14.  
    
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27.    Barsky AJ, Saintfort R, Rogers MP, Borus JF. Nonspecific medication side effects and the nocebo phenomenon. JAMA 2002;287:622-7.  
    
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31.    Liccardi G, Senna G, Russo M, Bonadonna P, Crivellaro M, Dama A, et al. Evaluation of the nocebo effect during oral challenge in patients with adverse drug reactions. J Investig Allergol Clin Immunol 2004;14:104-7.  
    
32.    Vlieg-Boerstra BJ, van der Heide S, Bijleveld CM, Kukler J, Duiverman EJ, Dubois AE. Placebo reactions in double-blind, placebo-controlled food challenges in children. Allergy 2007;62:905-12.  
    
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34.    Handal G, Leiner MA, Cabrera M, Straus DC. Children symptoms before and after knowing about an indoor fungal contamination. Indoor Air 2004;14:87-91.  
    
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37.    Dalton P. Cognitive influences on health symptoms from acute chemical exposure. Health Psychol 1999;18:579-90.  
    
38.    Lorber W, Mazzoni G, Kirsch I. Illness by suggestion: Expectancy, modeling, and gender in the production of psychosomatic symptoms. Ann Behav Med 2007;33:112-6.  
    
39.    Witthöft M, Rubin GJ. Are media warnings about the adverse health effects of modern life self-fulfilling? An experimental study on idiopathic environmental intolerance attributed to electromagnetic fields (IEI-EMF). J Psychosom Res 2013;74:206-12.  
    
40.    Van den Bergh O, Winters W, Devriese S, Van Diest I. Learning subjective health complaints. Scand J Psychol 2002;43:147-52.  
    
41.    Crichton F, Dodd G, Schmid G, Gamble G, Petrie KJ. Can expectations produce symptoms from infrasound associated with wind turbines? Health Psychol 2013.  
    
42.    Crichton F, Dodd G, Schmid G, Gamble G, Cundy T, Petrie KJ. The power of positive and negative expectations to influence reported symptoms and mood during exposure to wind farm sound. Health Psychol 2013.  
    
43.    Ihlebaek C, Eriksen HR, Ursin H. Prevalence of subjective health complaints (SHC) in Norway. Scand J Public Health 2002;30:20-9.  
    
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45.    Eriksen HR, Hellesnes B, Staff P, Ursin H. Are subjective health complaints a result of modern civilization? Int J Behav Med 2004;11:122-5.  
    
46.    Kroenke K. Patients presenting with somatic complaints: Epidemiology, psychiatric comorbidity and management. Int J Methods Psychiatr Res 2003;12:34-43.  
    
47.    Stone J, Wojcik W, Durrance D, Carson A, Lewis S, MacKenzie L, et al. What should we say to patients with symptoms unexplained by disease? The "number needed to offend". BMJ 2002;325:1449-50.  
    
48.    Petrie KJ, Broadbent EA, Kley N, Moss-Morris R, Horne R, Rief W. Worries about modernity predict symptom complaints after environmental pesticide spraying. Psychosom Med 2005;67:778-82.  
    
49.    Petrie KJ, Moss-Morris R, Grey C, Shaw M. The relationship of negative affect and perceived sensitivity to symptom reporting following vaccination. Br J Health Psychol 2004;9:101-11.  
    
50.    Eek F, Karlson B, Osterberg K, Ostergren PO. Factors associated with prospective development of environmental annoyance. J Psychosom Res 2010;69:9-15.  
    
51.    Andersson B, Berg M, Arnetz BB, Melin L, Langlet I, Lidén S. A cognitive-behavioral treatment of patients suffering from "electric hypersensitivity". Subjective effects and reactions in a double-blind provocation study. J Occup Environ Med 1996;38:752-8.  
    
52.    Hillert L, Kolmodin Hedman B, Dölling BF, Arnetz BB. Cognitive behavioural therapy for patients with electric sensitivity - A multidisciplinary approach in a controlled study. Psychother Psychosom 1998;67:302-10.  
    
53.    Hillert L, Savlin P, Levy Berg A, Heidenberg A, Kolmodin-Hedman B. Environmental illness - Effectiveness of a salutogenic group-intervention programme. Scand J Public Health 2002;30:166-75.  
    
54.    Moffatt S, Mulloli TP, Bhopal R, Foy C, Phillimore P. An exploration of awareness bias in two environmental epidemiology studies. Epidemiology 2000;11:199-208.  
    
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56.    Claeson AS, Lidén E, Nordin M, Nordin S. The role of perceived pollution and health risk perception in annoyance and health symptoms: A population-based study of odorous air pollution. Int Arch Occup Environ Health 2013;86:367-74.  
    
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61.    Taylor J, Eastwick C, Wilson R, Lawrence C. The influence of negative oriented personality traits on the effects of wind turbine noise. Pers Individ Dif 2013;54:338-43.  
    
62.    Pedersen E, Persson Waye K. Wind turbine noise, annoyance and self-reported health and well-being in different living environments. Occup Environ Med 2007;64:480-6.  
    
63.    Pedersen E. Health aspects associated with wind turbine noise-results from three field studies. Noise Control Eng J 2011;59:47-53.  
    
64.    Pedersen E, Waye KP. Perception and annoyance due to wind turbine noise - A dose-response relationship. J Acoust Soc Am 2004;116:3460-70.  
    
65.    Pedersen E, van den Berg F, Bakker R, Bouma J. Response to noise from modern wind farms in The Netherlands. J Acoust Soc Am 2009;126:634-43.  
    
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67.    Deignan B, Harvey E, Hoffman-Goetz L. Fright factors about wind turbines and health in Ontario newspapers before and after the Green Energy Act. Health Risk Soc 2013;15:234-50.  
    
68.    Winters W, Devriese S, Van Diest I, Nemery B, Veulemans H, Eelen P, et al. Media warnings about environmental pollution facilitate the acquisition of symptoms in response to chemical substances. Psychosom Med 2003;65:332-8.  
    
69.    Chapman S, St George A, Waller K, Cakic V. The pattern of complaints about Australian wind farms does not match the establishment and distribution of turbines: Support for the psychogenic, ′communicated disease′ hypothesis. PLoS One 2013;8:e76584.  
    

 

 

 

 

 

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