Response to a change in transport noise exposure: competing explanations of change effects.

@article{Brown2009ResponseTA,
  title={Response to a change in transport noise exposure: competing explanations of change effects.},
  author={Arthur Lewbel Brown and Irene van Kamp},
  journal={The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America},
  year={2009},
  volume={125 2},
  pages={905-14}
}
Annoyance response to a change in noise exposure appears to demonstrate an excess response relative to those predicted from exposure-response curves obtained under steady-state conditions. This change effect also appears to persist well after the change. Numerous explanations have been postulated for this phenomenon. This paper catalogs the different explanations and reviews the evidence for each. The evidence is of limited and variable quality but, while inadequate to endorse any one… CONTINUE READING

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