a) How does "unwanted" sound effect the physiological and psychological performance differently than "wanted" sound?
a)"Wanted" and "unwanted" sound have the same physiological effects on the human body but effect its psychological performance differently.
a)The Human Ear
b)How sound is "heard"/perceived by the body
a)Physiological effects of sound (both wanted and unwanted)
b)Psychological effects of sound (both wanted and unwanted)
VII)Limitations and/ or improvements
a)The need for experimentation
VIII)Further questions to be raised:
a)Can sound cause abnormal release of hormones
b)How can noise pollution be prevented
iii)Precautions( like earplugs....etc)
How does "unwanted" sound effect the physiological and psychological performance differently than "wanted" sound?
"Wanted" and "unwanted" sounds have the same physiological effects on the human body but effect its psychological performance differently.
Sound is a particular auditory impression perceived by the sense of hearing.
The presence of unwanted sound is called noise pollution. This unwanted sound can seriously damage and effect physiological and psychological health. For instance, noise pollution can cause annoyance and aggression, hypertension, high stress levels, tinnitus, hearing loss, and other harmful effects depending on the level of sound, or how loud it is. Furthermore, stress and hypertension are the leading causes to heart problems, whereas tinnitus can lead to forgetfulness, severe depression and at times panic attacks. Everything from the sound of an alarm clock in the morning to the sound of an airplane passing by to the sound of your friend screaming at you can cause noise pollution, and leave you effected for a short period, or for the rest of your life. But not all sound is "unwanted". Many people listen to music, and go out to clubs and parties without suffering from any of the...