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Basic and Applied Aspects of Noise-Induced Hearing Loss

  • Richard J. Salvi
  • D. Henderson
  • R. P. Hamernik
  • V. Colletti

Part of the NATO ASI Series book series (NSSA, volume 111)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xiv
  2. Anatomical Bases of Noise Induced Hearing Loss

  3. Physiological Changes with Noise-Induced Hearing Loss

  4. Psychoacoustic Performance Changes with Noise-Induced Hearing Loss

  5. Impulse Noise/Blast Wave Effects

    1. Donald Henderson, R. P. Hamernik
      Pages 369-378
    2. Per O. L. Nilsson, Jan Grenner, Bharti J. Katbamna, Sven Rydmarker, Derek E. Dunn
      Pages 393-404
    3. James H. Patterson Jr., Ilia M. Lomba-Gautier, Dennis L. Curd, Roger P. Hamernik, Richard J. Salvi, C. E. Hargett Jr. et al.
      Pages 405-423
    4. A. Dancer, R. Franke
      Pages 425-432
    5. James B. Moe, Charles B. Clifford, Douglas D. Sharpnack
      Pages 473-487
    6. Y. Y. Phillips, A. Dancer, D. R. Richmond
      Pages 489-500
  6. Complex and Interactin Effects of Noise

    1. Alf Axelsson, Ingmar Arvidsson, Tomas Jerson
      Pages 513-525
    2. Olavi J. Manninen
      Pages 527-540
    3. I. Mastrogiacomo, G. Bonanni, V. Colletti, L. Rossi, P. Zucchetta
      Pages 551-558
    4. Harold A. Dengerink, John W. Wright, Joan E. Dengerink, Josef M. Miller
      Pages 559-569
  7. Implications for Noise Standards

About this book

Introduction

In September 1985, NATO sponsored an Advanced Study WOl'kshop entitled, "Noise-Induced Hearing Loss: Basic and Applied Aspects." Tne meeting was held in a mountain retreat near Lucca, Italy and was attended by scientists, clinicians, and public officials from 12 countries. This was the third in a series of such conferences organized by the authors. The first two were supported by the United States National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health; their proceedings were published as "The Effects of Noise on Hearing" in 1976 and "New Perspectives on Noise-Induced Hearing Loss" in 1982. The Organizing Committee approached NATO because it was felt that the problem of noise was common to all industrialized countries and was an especially serious problem for the military. Thus, the NATO sponsorship and the Italian site of the meeting were part of the Organizing Committee's plan to obtain an international and thorough repr'esentation on the problem of noise-induced hearing loss. The NATO meeting and proceedings followed the format of the previous two symposia with an initial focus on the anatomical and physiological disturbances resulting from noise-induced hearing loss. This was followed by sections devoted to studies of a more applied nature involving general auditory performance in noise, issues associated with the establishment of noise-exposure criteria, nonauditory effects of noise, and the interaction of noise with other agents.

Keywords

health nature noise safety sound

Editors and affiliations

  • Richard J. Salvi
    • 1
  • D. Henderson
    • 1
  • R. P. Hamernik
    • 1
  • V. Colletti
    • 2
  1. 1.University of Texas at DallasDallasUSA
  2. 2.University of VeronaVeronaItaly

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