Survey context and question wording affects self reported annoyance due to road traffic noise: a comparison between two cross-sectional studies

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BACKGROUND Surveys are a common way to measure annoyance due to road traffic noise, but the method has some draw-backs. Survey context, question wording and answer alternatives could affect participation and answers and could have implications when comparing studies and/or performing pooled analyses. The aim of this study was to investigate the difference… (More)
DOI: 10.1186/1476-069X-11-14

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@inproceedings{Bodin2012SurveyCA, title={Survey context and question wording affects self reported annoyance due to road traffic noise: a comparison between two cross-sectional studies}, author={T. Bidot F. Bodin and Jonas Bj{\"{o}rk and Evy {\"{O}hrstr{\"{o}m and Jonas Ard{\"{o} and Maria Albin}, booktitle={Environmental health : a global access science source}, year={2012} }