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habitually listening to loud music through headphones can result in loss of hearing in what part of the ear?

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    http://www.abelard.org/hear/hear.php#loud-music

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    The hair cells in the cochlea.

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    thanks a lot

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    Every night in Cordele, Georgia, 24 trains crisscross the city's five-mile radius. Each train blows its whistle to alert citizens that it is passing through. Because of __________, the residents of Cordele can sleep through all these whistles.
    A. selective attention

    B. the signal-detection theory of sound and sleep

    C. sensory adaptation

    D. the "cocktail party phenomenon"

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    B. the signal-detection theory of sound and sleep

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    A - the organ

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