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Suggested Citation:"6 References and Notes." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017. Assessing Aircraft Noise Conditions Affecting Student Learning–Case Studies. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24941.
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Chapter 6 - References and Notes 39 6 References and Notes Bronzaft, A. (1981). The Effect of a Noise Abatement Program on Reading Ability. Journal of Environmental  Psychology (1981), Vol. 1: 215‐222.  Eagan, M. E., Anderson, G., Nicholas, B., et al. (2004) Relation between aircraft noise reduction in schools and  standardized test scores. Washington, DC: FICAN.  Hygge, S., Evans, G. W., and Bullinger, M. (2002) A prospective study of some effects of aircraft noise on cognitive  performance in schoolchildren. Psychological Science, Vol. 13: 469‐474.  Sharp, B. H., D. McLaughlin, C. Clark, and J. Hervey. (2014) ACRP Web‐Only Document 16: Assessing Aircraft Noise  Conditions Affecting Student Learning, Volume 1: Final Report. Transportation Research Board of the National  Academies, Washington, D.C.  Stansfeld, S. A., Berglund, B., Clark, C., et al. (2005) Aircraft and road traffic noise and children’s cognition and  health: a cross‐national study. The Lancet, Vol. 365: 1942‐1949. 

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TRB's Airport Cooperative Research Program (ACRP) Web-Only Document 34: Assessing Aircraft Noise Conditions Affecting Student Learning–Case Studies attempts to determine how the behaviors of students and teachers are affected by aircraft noise exposure. The report identifies metrics that define the level and characteristics of aircraft noise that impact student achievement. It also develops guidance for use by decision makers on how to reduce the impact of aircraft noise on student achievement. The report is accompanied by a brochure on the Effects of Aircraft Noise on Student Learning.


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