Humans Evolved to Hear Themselves Speak

When you tell a loud-mouth friend that they “really like the sound of their own voice,” there may be more truth in that than you realize. According to a neuroscience study from the University of California (UC) Berkeley, the brain selectively hears one’s own voice while dimming all surrounding sounds. In their own heads, people will silence other noises while amplifying themselves speak.

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