d. illegible handwriting
Everything else are senses.
D. will be the answer
ITS D im telling i know this
Physiological noise includes any distraction that occurs as a result of physiological factors. This noise occurs within the mind as we communicate and thus interfere with the communication. It is distinguished from physical noise or environmental noise.
The answer would be D, "illegible handwriting"
The correct answer is "c. memory loss".
Physiological noise is a diversion caused by some physiological procedure that meddles with the correspondence procedure. Communication is the way toward transmitting data starting with one individual then onto the next. Noise is any sort of interruption that meddles with the transmission or understanding of data from the sender to the beneficiary. There are distinctive sorts of noise, for example, physical clamor, mental noise, semantic noise, and obviously, physiological noise. Thus, memory loss is not an example of physiological noise.