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Weichenberger, Markus; et al.
Altered cortical and subcortical connectivity due to infrasound administered near the hearing threshold – Evidence from fMRI
The question, whether infrasound (IS; sound in the very low-frequency range – 1 Hz < frequency < 20 Hz) can pose a threat to physical and mental well-being remains a much debated topic. For decades, it has been a widely held view that IS frequencies are too low to be processed by the auditory system, since the human hearing range is commonly quoted to only span frequencies from about 20 to 20000 Hz. This view was supported by a number . . . Complete article »

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