Noises determine how large people think they are and could combat body dysmorphia, study finds (Daily Mail)

Excerpt: Noises determine how large people think they are and could combat body dysmorphia, new research suggests. Study participants were asked to drop a ball from their height and notice the sound when it hit the floor. Researchers masked this noise and played a sound that suggested the ball hit the ground sooner or later than expected. When the participants described their heights, the different sounds they heard influenced how tall or short they thought they were.

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