Certain disturbing sounds really do make your arm hairs stand up

Certain disturbing sounds really do make your arm hairs stand up
The same listeners then rated the pleasantness or unpleasantness of the sounds while researchers measured physical indicators of distress: the listeners' heart rate, blood pressure, and the electrical conductivity of their skin.
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Space Tech Takes Bat Signal to Sea
When someone is lost at sea, the distress transmitter connects with the Cospas-Sarsat Search and Rescue system — satellites in space that listen around the clock for activated beacons in the 406 – 406.1 MHz frequency band.
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A study aims to pinpoint why we hate certain sounds
The same listeners then rated the pleasantness or unpleasantness of the sounds while the researchers measured physical indicators of distress: the listeners' heart rate, blood pressure, and the electrical conductivity of their skin.
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