In 10 seconds? Scientists found that if we listen with our right ears, our brains are put under less strain and we can recall more. These results will help us develop better hearing aids.
Why is this important? Listening involves not only hearing the message but also processing it. For example, in noisy places, we might hear our friend’s voice but struggle to understand them. Audiology researchers discovered that in such environments, turning your right ear towards the speaker is a good tactic to stay in the conversation.
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