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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6X Change Aircraft Flyover Noise auditory Awake EEG Change behavioral awakening Boom Intensity booms and aircraft booms and flyovers BOOMS AND SUBSONIC Change No Response Chi-square college students different age groups Different Experimental Nights Electroencephalogram Flyover Intensity FREQUENCIES OF SUBJECTS Frequencies of Three Groups to Simulated groups were awakened Jet Aircraft Flyover jet aircraft noise Jet Flyover Noise K-complex l0l PNdB ll3 PNdB measured outdoors middle-aged and young middle-aged group nights of testing number of awake oesponse old group one-tailed test Percent of Responses presented in Table rate of awakening REM ON DIFFERENT responses to booms scores shown in Table Simulated Sonic Booms SoZ o o6 sponse Stage Delta Stanford Research Institute stimuli SUBJECTS AGED 69 SUBSONIC AIRCRAFT NOISE subsonic jet aircraft Subsonic Jet Flyover SZoX Table XV Table XVII Three Age Groups Three Sleep Stages vnaa XX o Xo young group