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A snapshot of young adults’ noise exposure reveals evidence of ‘Binge Listening’
There have been several previous studies into daily noise exposure levels in modern urban communities, which typically report mean noise exposure levels (LAeq) for adults between 73 and 79 dB. In this study, rather than ...
Noise with attitude: Influences on young people’s decisions to protect their hearing
Objective: To investigate young people’s experiences and attitudes towards hearing health and their participation in noise reduction behaviours, to better understand how education and prevention messages may be better ...
The NOISE (Non-Occupational Incidents Situations and Events) Database: A new research tool
This paper describes the development of the NOISE (Non-Occupational Incidents Situations and Events) Database. The NOISE database currently contains 536 separate leisure activities and events, including noise level ...
Noise exposure in the balance: Managing occupational and leisure risks to hearing health
(Journal of Health Safety and Environment, 2014)
Health and safety risks that are present in both occupational and home/leisure environments can pose difficulties for health and safety professionals when determining risk mitigation responsibilities. Where work is defined ...
Camera Traps Can Be Heard and Seen by Animals
(PLOS ONE, 2015)
Farmers’ work-day noise exposure
(Australian Journal of Rural Health, 2015)
Objective: This study aims to understand the extent of farmers’ exposure to hazardous noise, and trial and test the ability of an on-farm noise audit report to improve awareness and preventative action towards farm ...
Pure tone hearing thresholds and leisure noise: is there a relationship
(Wolters Kluwer, 2015)
Connecting evidence and reducing the effect of occupational hearing loss
(National Health and Medicine Research Council, 2015)