Resource Documents by Lynn, Hazel
Arra, Ian; Lynn, Hazel; Barker, Kimberley; Ogbuneke, Chiebere; and Regalado, Sophie
Systematic review 2013: Association between wind turbines and human distress
Abstract Background and Objectives: The proximity of wind turbines to residential areas has been associated with a higher level of complaints compared to the general population. The study objective was to search the literature investigating whether an association between wind turbines and human distress exists. Methods: A systematic search of the following databases (EMBASE, PubMed, OvidMedline, PsycINFO, The Cochrane Library, SIGLE, and Scirus) and screening for duplication led to the identification of 154 studies. Abstract and full article reviews of . . . Complete article »
Arra, Ian; and Lynn, Hazel
Association between wind turbine noise and human distress: Literature review
Study Objectives To search the literature investigating the presence or absence of association between wind turbines induced-noise and human distress. Null Hypothesis (Our investigation will disprove or fail to disprove [a null hypothesis can never be proven]): There is no association between wind turbines induced-noise and human distress. Alternative Hypothesis (Will be accepted if the Null is disproven): An association exists between wind turbines induced-noise and human distress. Databases Included in the Search EMBASE: “more than 7,600 currently indexed peer-reviewed . . . Complete article »
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