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Does Low Frequency Noise at Modarate Levels Influence Human Mental Performance?
Journal of Low Frequency Noise, Vibration and Active Control
To study the influence of low frequency noise (LFN) on mental performance and subjective well-being, 192 male subjects, categorised in terms of sensitivity to noise in general, and to LFN in particular, worked with four standardised psychological tests. Three different acoustic conditions were used in the experiment: the background laboratory noise, LFN, and the broadband noise without dominant low frequency content (reference noise) at a level of 50 dB(A). The influence of exposure and/ ordoi:10.1260/0263092054037711 fatcat:fypvbmvvrvdofbqbc6ounmqsqa