Environmental Sensitivities (Chemical, Electrical, and Beyond) in Ecopsychology

Special Issue on Ecopsychology and Environmental Sensitivities:
Chemical, Electrical, and Beyond

The articles in the special edition of Ecopsychology are sometimes available for free (like right now), so  if you haven’t read them yet, this is a good opportunity to check them out!

This is a real gift from the publisher! The usual cost is about $50 per article!

Please read and share with others who aren’t familiar with what is going on!


The articles and authors are listed here:


Introduction to the Special Issue on Environmental Sensitivities: Living on the Margins with Access Denied
Pamela Reed Gibson

The Many Faces of Multiple Chemical Sensitivity
Alison Johnson

Invisible Barriers, Invisible Disabilities, Invisible People
Linda Sepp

History of the Rise and Fall of Environmental Medicine in the United States
William J. Meggs

Displaced by Chemical and Electrical Hypersensitivities
Jerry Evans

The Role of Neurogenic Inflammation in Chemical Sensitivity
William J. Meggs

A Comparison of Multiple Chemical Sensitivity with Other Hypersensitivity Illnesses Suggests Evidence and a Path to Answers
Laurie Dennison Busby

A Multilayer Perceptron Neural Network–Based Model for Predicting Subjective Health Symptoms in People Living in the Vicinity of Mobile Phone Base Stations H. Parsaei, M. Faraz, S. M. J. Mortazavi

An Underworld Journey: Learning to Cope with Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity
Scott Eberle

MCS and EHS: An Australian Perspective
Diana Crumpler


Special Issue on Ecopsychology and Environmental Sensitivities:
Chemical, Electrical, and Beyond




5 responses to “Environmental Sensitivities (Chemical, Electrical, and Beyond) in Ecopsychology

  1. Pingback: Ecopsychology: Special Issue On Ecopsychology And Environmental Sensitivities: Chemical, Electrical, And Beyond – Disability Cosmos Daily

  2. It’s nice to see Diana Crumpler’s work there.

  3. https://www.liebertpub.com/toc/eco/9/2
    Ecopsychology VOL. 9, NO. 2 | Original Articles normal
    MCS and EHS: An Australian Perspective
    The upshot of exposure to seven classes of neurotoxic chemicals, MCS is now believed to be underpinned by excessive levels of nitric oxide and NMDA overstimulation; in effect a pathologization of the long-term memory formation process, this type of hypersensitivity could thus also be termed hypermemory. Key Words: Multiple chemical sensitivity—Electromagnetic hypersensitivity—Organophosphates—NMDA—Involuntary psychiatric commitment.

    would love to read some of these this one above is $50 plus cannot afford it I don’t work.
    these are free different issue relating to mcs

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