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Sick buildings: physical and psychosocial features, effects on humans and preventive measures.

Andersen I, 1984
mutagen | carcinogen | formaldehyde | irritant | sick building | sick building syndrome
Bibliographic info: Indoor Air Vol 6, the 3rd International Conference on Indoor Air Air Quality and Climate, 20-24 August 1984. Swedish Council for Building Research, Stockholm, 1986. p77-81. 8 refs.
Languages: English

Analysis of five papers given at the Symposium on Sick Buildings. Conclusions are that the cause of sick building syndrome must be psychosocial, physical, chemical or biological. Symptoms are different from symptoms of mass psychogenic illne

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