Ph.D student Miren Edelstein hooked up electrodes to volunteers’ hands to verity that their aversion to certain sounds was real.
Ph.D student Miren Edelstein hooked up electrodes to volunteers’ hands to verity that their aversion to certain sounds was real. MARY SMITH THE WASHINGTON POST
Ph.D student Miren Edelstein hooked up electrodes to volunteers’ hands to verity that their aversion to certain sounds was real. MARY SMITH THE WASHINGTON POST

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Hypersensitivity to noise can make life unbearable

December 06, 2014 12:40 PM

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