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you can't hear a dripping faucet or the high notes of a violin.
Heard: No, I'm glad to hear that because, you know, I'm a writer.
A profoundly deaf person will still hear nothing no matter how loudly a message is spoken.
2) We know that the limbic system, which helps regulate emotional experience and expression, may play a role in how we hear and react to sounds.
Maybe the elephants were making sounds--vibrations--but Payne just couldn't hear them.
For her husband, Chris, a bassist in a heavy metal rock band, it means Kcezi might one day hear him play.
A listener who hears the pattern as ascending at one speed may very well hear the pair of tones as descending at another speed.
Now the longest you would ever hear anything would be maybe a tenth of a second, which most people wouldn't even recognize as being a sound,'' said Grama.
People who cannot hear well tend to withdraw socially rather than face embarrassment from frequent misunderstandings of statements and inappropriate responses.
By providing feedback, the devices help promote canonical babbling, says Oller, but the sounds that the babies hear are "a long way from audible speech transmission.
The statements on disabilities concern the patient's ability to hear both speech (questions 1, 5, 9, 13, and 17) and nonspeech sounds (questions 2, 6, 10, 14, and 18).