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7 months ago Edited: 7 months ago, oem7110
My friend's son have HSP with super auditory memory as he mentioned, if the environment is too noise, he cannot be handled and cry a lot. I would like to know more on this issues.

Does anyone have any suggested articles related to this issues?
Thanks in advance for any suggestions

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The auditory cortex has distinct responses to sounds in the gamma band. When subjects are exposed to three or four cycles of a 40 hertz click, an abnormal spike appears in the EEG data, which is not present for other stimuli. The spike in neuronal activity correlating to this frequency is not restrained to the tonotopic organization of the auditory cortex. It has been theorized that gamma frequencies are resonant frequencies of certain areas of the brain, and appear to affect the visual cortex as well.
Ref : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Auditory_cortex

This range is the most recently discovered and is the fastest frequency at above 40Hz. While little is known about this state of mind, initial research shows Gamma waves are associated with bursts of insight and high-level information processing.
Ref: http://www.finerminds.com/mind-power/brain-waves/
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“Gamma activity indicates a constellation of neurons binding together for the first time in the brain to create a new neural network pathway. This is the creation of a new idea. Immediately following that gamma spike, the new idea pops into our consciousness, which we identify as the Aha! moment.”
Ref: http://www.theepochtimes.com/n3/1975608-gamma-waves-and-inspiration-how-is-your-brain-vibrating/

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Gamma brainwaves are the fastest documented brainwave frequency range, which oscillate within the range of about 30 to 100 Hz. They have the smallest amplitude on an E.E.G. in comparison to the other four basic types of brainwave frequencies. According to a popular theory [1], gamma waves may be implicated in creating the unity of conscious perception (the binding problem [2]).
Their Significance

In studies that have been done, gamma waves have showed increased mental activity/cognitive enhancement, freedom from distractibility, high levels of info-processing, learning and focus, high short-term memory ability and migraine prevention [3][4][5][6]. They’ve also shown some promise with depression and other disorders. They can certainly be very energizing as well.

Cognitive control of emotions plays an important role in maintaining emotional stability in our daily life. A study suggested that gamma brainwave activity reinforces the mechanism of cognitive control of emotion [7].

Ref: https://visualmeditation.co/gamma-brainwaves-facts-and-benefits/
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7 months ago
Auditory Eidetic Memory

This type of photographic memory will allow you to recall everything you hear. Every song, sound or conversation. With the auditory memory you will be able to remember a phone number only by the sound of the tones.

You could listen to audiobooks all day storing all that information in your mind instantly. You could forget about studying for your tests as you will be able to remember every single word your teacher or tutor said.


Ref : http://eideticmemorytest.com/3-types-photographic-memory/
      
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