Noise

Acoustical, psychological and social science approaches to noise effects

Modulverantwortliche

Prof. Vorländer

ITA

Prof. Koch

Institut für Psychologie

Veranstaltungsinfo

Start

09.10.2012

Zeit

Dienstag, 18:00 – 19:30 Uhr

Ort

1070|113 (Phil)

Kármánstraße 17-19
Sitzplätze: 90

Kurzbeschreibung

Noise is unwanted sound or sound which potentially creates health problems. It is one of the major problems in industrialized countries. Noise occurs in various constellations in living, education and recreation situations. The sources of noise cover a big variety, too, and their dominant components are first of all transportation systems such as railway, road and air traffic. Industrial noise, occupational noise and noise from neighbors are also in the focus of action for noise control. A wide and interdisciplinary approach is required to analyze and interpret noise effects on humans and to discuss strategies for sustainable planning and development in engineering.

In this seminar the disciplines of acoustics, psychology and social science and environmental medicine present their views on noise control and noise effects.

Termine/Programm

09.10.2012

Acoustics and Noise control

Prof. Dr. Michael Vorländer
Lehrstuhl und Institut für Technische Akustik

30.10.2012

Cognitive psychology

Prof. Dr. Iring Koch und Dipl. Psych. Vera Lawo
beide Lehrstuhl und Institut für Psychologie

06.11.2012

Psychoacoustics

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Janina Fels
Lehrstuhl und Institut für Technische Akustik, Professur für Medizinische Akustik

13.11.2012

Developmental psychology

 Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Dipl.-Psych. Kerstin Konrad und B.Sc. Psych. Laura Stahl
Lehrstuhl für Kinder- und Jugendpsychiatrie und -psychotherapie, Lehr- und Forschungsgebiet Klinische Neuropsychologie im Kindes- und Jugendalter

27.11.2012

History of Noise

Prof. Dr. Karin Bijsterveld
Technology and Society Studies Department of Maastricht University

11.12.2012

Environmental Medicine

Dr. Irene van Kamp
Rijksinstituut voor Volksgezondheid en Milieu, NL

18.12.2012

Environmental psychology

 Prof. Dr. Maria Klatte
Technische Universität Kaiserslautern

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