Asked in Psychology
What is an example of psychological noise as defined?
An example of psychological noise is daydreaming. This is internal noise that interferes with the mind's ability to focus and concentrate. ...
Asked in Noise Pollution
Is it true or false that noise pollution from a racetrack is an example of a positive externality?
False; noise pollution form a race track is not an example of positive externality. It is more likely an example of negative externality. ...
How can the words ''external noise'' be used in a sentence?
Example: Any external noise that occurred was blocked by the sound-proof headphones. ...
Asked in Technology
What is a balanced mic?
A balanced mic is based on a balanced connection offering better rejection to outside noise by a phenomenon known as CMR, common mode rejection. For example, audio is AC at any moment at any single place on a twisted pair balanced cable, the audio is both +5 and - 5 V. If external noise is inducted on to the cable at, say +1 V, that +1 V is added to the + 5 and the - 5. As an arithmetic trick...
Asked in TV Shows and Series
What are the release dates for New York Noise - 2004 Post-Punk Haircuts with Simon Reynolds 5-5?
New York Noise - 2004 Post-Punk Haircuts with Simon Reynolds 5-5 was released on: USA: 2 May 2006 ...
Asked in Science, Definitions
What does visual noise mean in simple English please?
Visual noise in simple English is any type of visual distraction. For example, piles of trash in the street can become visual noise if they distract people from enjoying the ambiance of an area. ...
Asked in Abstract Nouns
Is noisiness an abstract noun for noise?
No, the nouns 'noise' and 'noisiness' are concrete nouns, word for physical sound. There are no abstract nouns for the concrete noun 'noise', however the noun can be used in an abstract context as a word for incomprehensibility resulting from irrelevant information, for example: The article was all noise with no factual information. ...