Learning disabilities among children nowadays are very rampant. Research shows that 25 percent of fears in 2-year-olds were caused by loud noises, while only 3 percent of 12-year-olds had these fears.
There are many causes of such learning disabilities. Common factors are due to stress, environment, and a lot more. In this study, we will be focusing only on the incidence learning disabilities among growing children when near to sustained loud noises. The null hypothesis for this study is: there is no significant difference of incidence of learning disabilities in growing children when near to sustained loud noises among three sites.
A survey is conducted for this study. There are three sampling sites for three categories of children evaluated, (1) area where children are neat sustained loud voices, (2) area where children are rarely near loud voices and (3) children who are never near loud voices. Children evaluated for this survey ages are 1-5 years old. A checklist is done. Their responses are being evaluated and are noted. Statistical test used to this study is chi square test.