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The unique roughness of screams directly activates fear centres in the brain

A group led by David Poeppel from New York University has investigated what makes screaming different from other human vocalisations and signals including natural and synthetic (think alarm clock) sounds. They found that human screams fall within a unique area on a map called modulation power spectrum (MPS) that is created by spectral and temporal... Read More »

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