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2019
Goodman N.B, Wheeler A.J, Paevere P.J, Agosti G., Nematollahi N., Steinemann A..  2019.  Emissions from dryer vents during use of fragranced and fragrance-free laundry products. Air Quality Atmosphere and Health. 12:289-295.
2018
Steinemann A..  2018.  Exposures and effects from fragranced consumer products in Sweden. Air Quality Atmosphere and Health. 11:485-491.
Steinemann A..  2018.  Fragranced consumer products: effects on asthmatics. Air Quality Atmosphere and Health. 11:3-9.
Steinemann A..  2018.  Fragranced consumer products: effects on autistic adults in the United States, Australia, and United Kingdom. Air Quality Atmosphere and Health. 11:1137-1142.
Steinemann A..  2018.  Fragranced consumer products: sources of emissions, exposures, and health effects in the UK. Air Quality Atmosphere and Health. 11:253-258.
Steinemann A..  2018.  National prevalence and effects of multiple chemical sensitivities. 60:E152-E156.
Nematollahi N., Kolev S.D, Steinemann A..  2018.  Volatile chemical emissions from essential oils. Air Quality Atmosphere and Health. 11:949-954.
Nematollahi N., Doronila A., Mornane P.J, Duan A., Kolev S.D, Steinemann A..  2018.  Volatile chemical emissions from fragranced baby products. Air Quality Atmosphere and Health. 11:785-790.
2017
Steinmann A..  2017.  Ten questions concerning air fresheners and indoor built environments. Building and Environment. 111:279-284.
2016
Steinemann A..  2016.  Fragranced consumer products: exposures and effects from emissions. Air Quality Atmosphere and Health. 9:861-866.
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