The music listening habits as well as susceptibility to hearing loss depends on race and ethnicity (Jerger et al., 1986; Ishii et al., 1998) ...
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SURVEY ON MUSIC HABITS OF YOUNG ADULTS USING PERSONAL MUSIC SYSTEM Kuruvilla Mathew, Swathy Ann Alexander, Ajith Kumar. UDr.M.V.Shetty College of Speech & Hearing, Mangalore, India Correspondence e-mail ID : firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
Comparison of listening duration between males and females
Results and Discussion
We found that about 66% of college going adults listen music through PMS. Also about 8% of individuals reported hearing problems and 27% of surveyed population reported some kind of otological problems. These numbers are alarming because it shows that almost 1 in every 3 individuals may be at risk for noise induced hearing loss.
After listening to music
Comparison of other music habits of males and females
son of other music habits of males and females
Aim of the Study