" The Effects of Noise on the Hearing of Speech, " in Proceedings of the International Congress on Noise as a Public Health Problem, Dubrovnik, Yugoslavia, May 1318, 1973. Washington, D. C. : U. S. Environmental Protection Agency,(1973), pp. 2542. a function of both the temporal pattern and intensity level of this noise.
INTRODUCTION Major literature reviews of the effects of noise on performance (Kryter, 1950; Plutchik, 1959) suggest that performance impairments are more likely under highintensity inter mittent noise than Get this from a library! The effects of noise on man. [Karl D Kryter The Handbook of Hearing and the Effects of Noise: Physiology, Psychology, and Public Health: : Medicine& Health Science Books @ Amazon.
com The source of most noise worldwide is mainly caused by atmospheric noiseenvironmental noiseoccupational noise such as industrial machines, transportation systems and indoor noise generated by machines (particularly in some workplaces), building activities, domestic appliances and music performances etc. Buy The Effects of Noise on Man on Amazon. com FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders KARL D. KRYTER. About the book. Browse this book. By table of contents.
Book description. The Effects of Noise on Man covers the techniques for the evaluation of environmental noise in terms of its effects on human. The book provides the fundamental definitions of sound " Handbook on Noise Effects" that exists, the subject matter consists only of those areas that are of interest to Kryter, generally because he has himself conducted research and generated controversy in the areas concerned.
Psychological effects may be of concern in the office. Office Noise. Office noise can be divided into transient sounds, such as conversation or paging, and the steady background sounds. Transient Sounds. The transient sound in an office is short term. It occurs when people talk, when machines run, when paging or alarms sound. The Effects of Noise on Man covers the techniques for the evaluation of environmental noise in terms of its effects on human.
The book provides the fundamental definitions of sound, its measurement, and concepts of the basic functioning, and the attributes of the auditory system. The Effects of Noise on Man, Issues 14 The effects of noise on man Karl D. Kryter Snippet view 1970. (D duration EDRL effects of noise EPNdB EPNL estimating evaluation FIGURE function given hearing level hearing loss impulse noise intensity judged Kryter laboratory listeners masking of speech Max PNL monaural NIPTS Noise Control The Effects of Noise on Man has 6 ratings and 0 reviews: Published September 1st 1985 by Academic Press, 688 pages, Hardcover