Sex Differences in Hearing

Advances in Gender and Education

Implications for best practice in the classroom


Abstract: “Hearing” is not a unitary phenomenon, but a complex sensory experience. Many sex differences have been identified in the parameters underlying the experience of hearing, perhaps most importantly in the relationship between the objective amplitude of auditory stimuli and the subjective experience of loudness. These sex differences may have important implications for best practice in the classroom.

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