In a human, if you were to avoid a tympanotomy, how could you distinguish between a blocked Eustachian Tube, a ruptured eardrum, or Perilymph Fistula? For instance take the situation where a young ...
While listening to the samples of different frequencies, I've noticed, that I almost don't hear even 14kHz on the comfort volume level. But my friend absolutely clearly hears 16kHz - not above. Also, ...
I am sure many of us know the feeling of that tingling chill down our spines when listening to certain music. I experienced this most when my younger brother played an emotional piano piece for a ...
Can a sound frequency 'not' within human hearing (20 Hz - 20 kHz) damage hearing when it is of high volume? [duplicate]
We can't hear sounds outside the range of 20 Hz - 20 kHz. However, if an inaudible sound is played at high volume, will one's hearing be affected?
Is there any research showing how prolonged exposure to background noises, particularly high frequency noises, affect hearing abilities? Does constant high pitched noise cause damage even a low ...
On average, in a human being with no neurological deficits, how long does it take for a sound which is sensed in the ear to reach the cortex? Which brainstem structures are most responsible for the ...