How Do We Hear?

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DISCLAMER: Do not turn up your volume in the first ten seconds of the video. Louder noises ahead!

Say whaaaaaat? Yep, it's about time we talk about the auditory system. Your ears are amazing things. Sure, they're a bit floppy, but they help us navigate the word around us just as much as our eyes. In the words of a wise man: To hear is to see with our ears. Alie Astrocyte gets into the neuroscience of the auditory system and its inner workings. You won't want to miss what she says next.

Other great resources about the auditory system:
Crash Course - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ie2j7GpC4JU
How cochlear implants work - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zeg4qTnYOpw
Drum surface in slow motion - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=osFBNLA7woY


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