At Johns Hopkins Drs. Walter Hughson and Samuel James Crowe last week
were preparing a technical report on how they wired a radio loudspeaker
to a cat's middle ear, where many hearing defects begin. They thus
could hear what the cat heard. They learned that some middle ear
defects do not alter the sense of hearing, that others blur reception,
others increase acuity.
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