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How do we interpret noise disturbances?

16 August 2018

Groningen is an active and musical city. Sometimes this can have a downside: noise disturbances. To control these disturbances, the municipality issues noise standards to make this city an enjoyable place to live for everybody. However, why are some noises very disturbing for one person and enjoyable for the other? In case you are interested in reading more about Groningen and the noises that the city and its many musical festivities bring forth, make sure to buy the "Dagblad van het Noorden" today. Dr. Tjeerd Andringa, Associate Professor of Auditory Cognition and lecturer at the University College Groningen, shares his expert opinion on the matter. His solution? A professional additude and an open conversation.

Last modified:12 December 2018 10.21 a.m.

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