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Are annoyance scores based on sound pressure levels suitable for snoring assessment in the home environment?

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Rohrmeier, Christian ; Fischer, René ; Unverdorben, Franziska ; Kuehnel, Thomas S. ; Vielsmeier, Veronika ; Spanier, Gerrit ; Marcrum, Steven C.
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Date of publication of this fulltext: 05 Feb 2021 06:44

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Purpose An objective statement about the annoyance of snoring can be made with the Psychoacoustic Snore Score (PSS). The PSS was developed based on subjective assessments and is strongly influenced by observed sound pressure levels. Robustness against day-to-day interfering noises is a fundamental requirement for use at home. This study investigated whether or not the PSS is suitable for use in ...


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