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D4K: Hearing

Special | 28m 49s

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When you make a sound, you are creating energy. But how does your brain turn that energy into music, language or noise? How do you communicate if you can't hear? Our experts, Gerene Hamilton-Norton, Associate Professor, Department of Communication Sciences, Idaho State University and Erika Blanchard, Idaho Elks Rehabilitation Hospital, answer students’ questions about hearing.

Aired: 02/20/07 | Rating: TV-G

The Laura Moore Cunningham Foundation

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