Date

1960

Document Type

Thesis

Degree

Master of Science

Department

Psychology

First Adviser

Solomon Weinstock

Abstract

There is a widespread popular notion of a decremental effect in performance as a result of steady-state noise. This thought stems from two types of investigation; laboratory experiments and industrial studies. In regard to the latter, the evidence showing an effect of noise has been generally subjected to much criticism because of the many experimental design and statistical analysis problems.

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