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

@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={Theo 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}
}
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 in annoyance reporting due to road traffic noise in two types of surveys of which one was introduced broadly and the other with the clearly… CONTINUE READING