If you've ever had the misfortune to step in a puddle and get your shoes soaking wet, you probably spent the next few hours keenly aware of the "squish, squish, squish" sound you made with every step. But the truth is, your footsteps make noise whether or not your feet are wet; you just don't notice unless there's something different about it. As a recent neuroscience study discovered, that's by design. Forget noise-canceling headphones — you've got a noise-canceling brain.
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Written by Ashley Hamer November 14, 2018
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