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Chewing, swallowing, breathing noises: pure enjoyment or sheer horror? - Online study on the topic of 'noises' for people with and without sensitivity to noise

Are you suffering from the chewing of your table neighbor driving you crazy? Or do you get angry or aggressive if someone clicks the pen or taps their foot all the time?

Do you love certain sounds, such as B. a whispering voice from the radio?

Or have you never thought about any of this?

In our internet study we want to find out more about how you experience and evaluate certain noises (or movements, for example) in comparison to other people. We will ask you many questions, some of them similar. Our goal is to find out which questions are best suited to find out which people feel particularly stressed by certain noises and whether this is connected with other emotional stress.

Who can participate?

All people over the age of 18 who find certain noises uncomfortable or unbearable, who love certain noises or for whom noises have no special meaning in life.

How does the study work?

It is a purely online survey that can be carried out completely anonymously. The answer takes about 30-40 minutes and can be paused at any time and continued at a later point in time.

After completion, you will have the opportunity to take part in a raffle for ten BestChoice vouchers worth € 10. This option is only provided if you do not want to collect a subject hour.

How do I get a trial subject lesson?

If you would like to have a subject hour documented, please send an e-mail with your full name and the text below Barbara Dzaja after your participation in the study.

“I confirm that I have participated in the online study on the subject of 'Noise' for people with and without sensitivity to noise. I did not take part in the raffle for the vouchers, but would like confirmation of a test person hour. The confirmation form is attached. "

You will then receive an email back with the digitally signed form.


You can get more information about the study and take part in the survey at the following link: