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Subjective, behavioral and psychophysiological effects of noise

Anders Kjellberg
Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment & Health
Vol. 16, Supplement 1. Behavioral and psychophysiological effects of the physical work environment (1990), pp. 29-38
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/40965841
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Abstract

The subjective and psychophysiological responses to noise and the effects of noise on performance have been reviewed in this article. Emphasis was placed on moderateintensity noise and on the effects relevant for occupational noise exposure. It was concluded that in many respects research presents a rather inconsistent picture of these effects. Still, it is evident that the nonauditory effects of noise may be serious enough to warrant as much general attention in the occupational setting as has for some time been accorded in residential settings.

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