Correspondence: Examination of the Melatonin Hypothesis: Graham et al.'s Response

C Graham
2002 Environmental Health Perspectives  
1) provided a valuable scientific service to the field of the developmental neurotoxicity of polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) by offering insightful criticisms of the methodologies used by Jacobson et al. (2) and others. Schantz and colleagues proceeded to study PCBs and dichlorodiphenyl dichloroethane (DDE), shifting the focus from effects on infants and children to effects on a cohort of older adults (3-6). The shortcomings of the research design and data analysis used by Shantz et al. are
more » ... ivalent to the shortcomings of previous studies (1). In their paper published in 2001 (3), Schantz et al. a) failed to account A 70
doi:10.1289/ehp.110-a73 fatcat:xbntpu5lmfhhbpszhzohvaqpb4