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Sunday, October 2, 2011

"The Variables of Hearing" by Hearing Sparks

Megan does an excellent job of explaining how we may hear on thing one time, and not the next. I also like the comments below her post that are enlightening as well.


1 comment:

  1. This is Sensorineural deafness. It is the very worst aspect of hearing loss I found, you hear one word,one frequency one part of some conversation and nothing of the rest, "hears when we want to !" that's the first cruel attacks we get. I gather it is down to the decay rate of the cochlear hairs. The duration of the decay can be many years to pile on the agony. Absolutely no-one believes at those points you cannot hear, and assumes you are being rude and ignorant. This results in most of the abuses we get, and it is STILL an issue no-one understands.