Author(s)
James Sharp Southwest Research Institute
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L00210 Noise Abatement Volume 1 - Physiological Psychological and Legal Aspects of Noise
Author(s)
James Sharp, Glenn Damewood, Cecil Sparks, Miles Hanchett
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Release Date:
09/01/1959
Number Of Pages
64
Catalog No:
L00210

In an effort to better understand the detrimental effects of noise on worker productivity and general well-being, this report presents data gathered in the following three areas: (1) physiological and psychological effects of sound on man; (2) a nationwide survey of legislation concerning compensation for loss of hearing; and (3) a survey of anti-noise legislation in use in communities in the United States.

In an effort to better understand the detrimental effects of noise on worker productivity and general well-being, this report presents data gathered in the following three areas: (1) physiological and psychological effects of sound on man; (2) a nationwide survey of legislation concerning compensation for loss of hearing; and (3) a survey of anti-noise legislation in use in communities in the United States.

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Research Category:
Noise control
Project
Technical Committee