Dr.Raymond Singer, Ph.D., Fellow, American Board of Professional Neuropsychology
Dr.Raymond Singer, Ph.D., Fellow, American Board of Professional Neuropsychology

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Original Scientific Research including Abstracts and Papers authored by:

Raymond Singer, Ph.D.


Recognizing neurotoxicity. Singer, R.  and Johnson, DD. TRIAL, Mar. 2006, Volume 42, Number 3.

Common pesticide exposure: Singer, R. (2003). Neurobehavioral evaluation of household exposure to Dursban. Toxicological Sciences,Vol. 72, Number S-1, March, page 311.

Neurotoxicity can cause emotional disorders, such as panic disorder: Singer, R. (2002). Panic disorder can be caused by neurotoxicity. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, Volume 17, Issue 8, pp. 715-867.

Advances in forensic and clinical studies of solvents: Singer, R. (2001). Neurotoxicity evaluation of a new solvent. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 16 (2001), 697.

Original research on chlorine ingestion: Singer, R. (2000). Neurobehavioral evaluation of residual effects of acute chlorine ingestion. Fundamental and Applied Toxicology, Supplement: The Toxicologist, Vol. 54, Number 1, p. 181, March.

School children at risk of neurotoxicity from various sources: Singer, R. (1999). Neurobehavioral screening of child and adult bystander exposure to toluene diisocyanate application. Fundamental and Applied Toxicology, Supplement: The Toxicologist, 48, 1-S, March, p. 359.

Even bystanders can be hurt by pesticides: Singer, R. (2002). Neurobehavioral evaluation of residual effects of low-level bystander organophosphate pesticide exposure. Fundamental and Applied Toxicology, Supplement: The Toxicologist, Vol. 55, Number 1, March.

Even bystanders can be hurt by pesticides, another example: Pesticide exposure and neurotoxicity: Singer, R. (1999). Neuropsychological evaluation of bystander exposure to pesticides. Journal of Neuropsychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences. Vol. 11, #1, Winter, pp. 161-162.

Notes on multiple chemical sensitivity