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  The following is adapted from (Adapted from Environmental Psychology, Fifth Edition, by Paul A. Bell, Thomas C. Greene, Jeffery D. Fisher, and Andrew Baum, (Harcourt,
Orlando) Chapter 5 (pages 137-166)
Noise Pollution
Noise a recurrent or continuous lower intensity stressor. Because it is less intense than more dramatic stressors, noise may cause few or no acute effects. However, ambient stressors that persist over time may be more likely to cause long term reactions, with effects on health and well being.
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