Awakening effects of simulated sonic booms and subsonic aircraft noise on six subjects, 7 to 72 years of age, Volume 1599
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adaptation AIRCRAFT FLYOVER NOISE Awake EEG Change awake responses behavioral awakening Boom Intensity booms and aircraft booms and flyovers Booms and Subsonic CD CO rH Change No Response Changes in Subsonic Different Experimental Nights Electroencephalogram Flyover Intensity FREQUENCIES OF SUBJECTS Frequencies of Three Groups to Booms Groups to Simulated Groups to Sonic groups were awakened H rH JET AIRCRAFT FLYOVER Jet Flyover Noise K-complex l07 PNdB ll3 PNdB measured outdoors middle-aged group number of awake old group one-tailed test Percent of Responses rate of awakening REM ON DIFFERENT RESPO6SE CHAGE RESPO6SE Response Frequencies Responses EEG Change responses to booms rH o rH rH rH rH scores Sesponse G6 Change Simulated Sonic Booms sponse Stage Delta Stanford Research Institute statistically stimuli SUBJECTS AGED 69 Subsonic Aircraft Noise subsonic jet aircraft Subsonic Jet Flyover Swake Table VII Table XIV Three Age Groups Three Sleep Stages vnaa young group