Upper Limit of Frequency for Human Hearing

@article{COMBRIDGE1951UpperLO,
  title={Upper Limit of Frequency for Human Hearing},
  author={J. H. COMBRIDGE and J. O. ACKROYD},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1951},
  volume={167},
  pages={438-438}
}
EFFECTS similar to those reported by Pumphrey1 were demonstrated to us in December 1945 by Dr. Maass of Bremen2. According to Maass, bone-conducted vibrations up to 50 kc./s. (150 kc./s. or more in the young) can be heard by most people, including some subjects normally regarded as totally deaf at ordinary frequencies both to air-borne and to bone-conducted sound. 
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