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Ethical Use and Impact of Participatory Approaches to Research in Post-Disaster Environments: An Australian Bushfire Case Study
- L. Gibbs, K. Block, +14 authors D. Forbes
- Sociology, Medicine
- BioMed research international
- 11 June 2018
This paper presents a case study of Beyond Bushfires, a large, multisite, mixed method study of the psychosocial impacts of major bushfires in Victoria, Australia. A participatory approach was… Expand
Unique challenges for hearing protection in military noise environments.
Military noise environments, and, in particular, the noise environments faced by dismounted soldiers on the battlefield, are characterized by wide variations in ambient level. Situations can quickly… Expand
Processing of Speech in Complex Listening Environments by Individuals with Obscure Auditory Dysfunction
Obscure auditory dysfunction (OAD) is a disorder for which patients report excessive amounts of difficulty understanding speech in the presence of background noise, despite no obvious evidence of… Expand
Evaluating the effects of hearing protection on speech production in noisy environments
Many factors can influence the voice levels that talkers choose to use when they initiate conversations in noisy environments, including the desire to be understood clearly, the desire to communicate… Expand