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The Sound of Employability: Interviewers Judge Your Voice

Researchers find that vocal cues during a job interview are frequently used by employers to gauge a candidate’s level of anxiety and even intelligence. ... More>


Blind People Can Echolocate


Echolocation Acts as Substitute Sense for Blind People

Human echolocation operates as a viable "sense," working in tandem with other senses to deliver information to people with visual impairment, researchers find. ... More>


Play It Again And Again, Sam


Did You Hear That? Specific Brain Activity Linked With Imagined Hearing

Researchers find that activity in specific brain areas distinguishes words that we actually hear versus those we imagine, and may also signal proneness to auditory hallucination. ... More>