During these past chapters (particularly chapter 3) we learned about the various functions of the brain. I found it interesting that the brain played a role in every part of our senses including our hearing. I'm not 100% sure, though I have a feeling I am, that a lot of you experimented with the "Teen Buzz" sound in highschool. I know personally that I played around with it in study hall when me and my classmates could all hear a high frequency pitch that the teacher was completely unaware of. I have learned now that this could be due to the fact that my teenage brain was not fully developed and that is why I could hear it while the teacher could not. Are you as intrigued about this as I am, because before this class I thought it had something to do with my hearing being better than my teacher's but was surprised to learn otherwise.
Can you Hear What I Hear?
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