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Your Spouses Voice Cuts Through a Crowd? [POLL]

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I feel like the longer I am married to my husband the more my voice blends in with other noises. According to a new study from Yahoo News I am wrong. What? They found that the longer you’re married to someone, the more likely you are to be able to pick out their voice in a crowd.  The researchers found people over 60 would fixate on their spouses’ voices in a crowded room . . . possibly because their brains just recognized and trusted those voices more than any others.

When they did this study there must not have been a TV in the room.

 

 


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