Disturbance of human sleep by subsonic jet aircraft noise and simulated sonic booms, Volume 1780
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32 Percent 9 df awake responses scores behavioral awakening booms and flyovers Booms and Subsonic booms occurred BOOMS OF DIFFERENT CHILDREN TO SIMULATED DIFFERENT SLEEP STAGES Electroencephalograms FOUR MIDDLE-AGED FREQUENCIES OF CHILDREN FREQUENCIES OF FOUR FREQUENCIES OF MIDDLE-AGED FREQUENCIES OF OLD FREQUENCIES OF THREE GROUPS TO SIMULATED High Percent high sensitivity increasing JET AIRCRAFT NOISE Jet Flyover Noise l0l PNdB l0l to ll9 ll9 PNdB low and high Low Percent measured outdoors middle-aged and old middle-aged subjects noise during sleep obtained occurred during sleep old subjects PERCENT AWAKE RESPONSES Percent Response Relative Rapid Eye Movement relative number RELATIVELY LOW REM Percent RESPONSE FREQUENCIES Response Relative Sensitivity responses to booms responses to simulated seen in Table SENSITIVITY TO SIMULATED SENSITIVITY TO SUBSONIC simulated booms Simulated Sonic Booms sleep stage Delta stimuli subjects of low SUBSONIC JET AIRCRAFT subsonic jet flyover Table VIII Table XV three age groups usua