Hearing is the ability to perceive sound by detecting vibrations through an organ such as the ear.

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TV's so loud when I turn over

Scenario: I'm about to fall asleep with the T.V. on. Having completely forgotten that it was, no longer even hearing it, just before falling asleep I turn over with a 'fresh' ear and it's blaring. If ...
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What is the exact percentage of spectral changes that human pinnae introduces into the acoustic input signal?

I read somewhere that amount of spectral changes that human auricula introduces into the input signal is 6%. Now I cannot find that literature. Does anyone know a source that might confirm this, or ...
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Why are high pitched sounds sensed at the base of the cochlea, i.e. what causes the tonotopic organsiation

I'm trying to understand why high tones are registered in the way that they are. I had gathered that the width of the cochlea filtered out higher and higher frequencies as sound traveled up the ...
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Can temporomandibular joint disorder cause sensorineural hearing loss?

Is the pain when walking or running with such a disorder an indicator that hearing loss is occuring or going to occur? Ear pain is considered a symptom for this disorder. Can that be an indicator of ...
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Pitch shift in hearing after wisdom teeth removal

Yesterday I had my wisdom teeth removed. This morning, when I heard our phone ringing, it sounded a little lower-pitched than usual (I have perfect pitch). Sure enough, when I opened FL Studio (music-...