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Why Do Harsh Sounds Disturb the Brain?

News   Sep 23, 2019 | Original story from the University of Geneva

 
Why Do Harsh Sounds Disturb the Brain?

Smooth and rough sounds activate different brain networks. While smooth sounds induce responses mainly in the “classical” auditory system, rough sounds activate a wider brain network involved in processing aversion and salience. Credit: UNIGE

 
 
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