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      Exposure-response relationships for transportation noise.

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
      Auditory Perception, physiology, Humans, Noise, adverse effects, Transportation

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          This article presents synthesis curves for the relationship between DNL and percentage highly annoyed for three transportation noise sources. The results are based on all 21 datasets examined by Schultz [J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 64, 377-405 (1978)] and Fidell et al. [J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 89, 221-233 (1991)] for which acceptable DNL and percentage highly annoyed measure could be derived, augmented with 34 datasets. Separate, nonidentical curves were found for aircraft, road traffic, and railway noise. A difference between sources was found using data for all studies combined and for only those studies in which respondents evaluated two sources. The latter outcome strengthens the conclusion that the differences between sources cannot be explained by differences in study methodology.

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          9857505
          10.1121/1.423927

          Chemistry
          Auditory Perception,physiology,Humans,Noise,adverse effects,Transportation
          Chemistry
          Auditory Perception, physiology, Humans, Noise, adverse effects, Transportation

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