We are more sensitive to temperature than we thought, study reveals

An experiment conducted by Laura Battistel involved the use of four temperature-controlled climate chambers, ranging from 23 to 25 degrees Celsius. Twenty-six participants were involved: 13 men and 13 women. Volunteers had to compare pairs of chambers, moving from one chamber to another, and then say which was warmer and which was colder.

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