Why We Hate Our Own Voice

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Yes, you really DO sound like that. The way your voice bounces around inside your skull enhances its tone, making it sound fuller and deeper. Why do we hate the true sound of our own voice?

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Key Facts In This Video

  1. In 1857, the first human voice was recorded. 01:09

  2. Voices sound differently in our heads than when we listen to a recording of them because of the vibrations emanating from our bones. 01:56

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