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Season 8 (2-20-2007)

Full Show: When you make a sound, you are creating energy. But how does your brain turn that energy into music, language or noise? What is the connection between your ears and being able to stand upright? How do you communicate if you can't hear? Learn more with our guest scientists, Gerene Hamilton-Norton, Associate Professor in the Department of Communication Sciences at Idaho State University and Erika Blanchard of the Idaho Elks Rehabilitation Hospital.

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Video Short: Hearing is one of your five senses. But how does hearing work? Learn how your ears and your brain identify sound.

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Web Extra: Watch our web-nly show about hearing. Scientists Gerene Hamilton-Norton and Erika Blanchard answer more questions about how your hearing works.

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