Recreational noise exposure and its effects on the hearing of adolescents. Part I: an interdisciplinary long-term study.

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This interdisciplinary long-term study examined the effects of recreational noise exposure on the hearing of adolescents. Boys and girls (aged 14-17 years) were examined during a four-year period. Audiological, psychosocial, and sound measurements were performed yearly to determine the hearing threshold level (HTL) of participants in the 250-16000 Hz range… (More)

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@article{Serra2005RecreationalNE, title={Recreational noise exposure and its effects on the hearing of adolescents. Part I: an interdisciplinary long-term study.}, author={Mario R. Serra and Ester C. Biassoni and Utz Richter and Gloria Minoldo and G. Franco and Silvia Abraham and Jorge A Carignani and Silvia Joekes and Mar{\'i}a R Yacci}, journal={International journal of audiology}, year={2005}, volume={44 2}, pages={65-73} }