Finally! 6 of your Q's about women solved
1. Why do women always hear the car “making a noise”?
Women don’t really have any physical advantage over men when it comes to hearing, but there are some differences in our hearing range. For instance, women are better at hearing higher frequencies, while men are better at hearing sounds that are much quieter. As to hearing a car’s thumps, bumps, and grinds, there may be a brainy reason. In one study, the researchers watched the left and right brains of females and males on an MRI while listening to portions of a John Grisham novel. No one knows why yet, but the men listened with the left side of the brain (associated with listening and speech), while women predominantly with the left, but also parts of the right side (creative, intuitive). And no, this doesn’t mean that car noises sound like a Grisham novel, but that women’s brains interpret sounds better. It also may be why women seem to be more sensitive to the tone of someone’s voice.