This link clearly explains how high impedance nodes are susceptible to capacitive coupling noise. Is the same true for inductive coupling?
As per my understanding, inductive coupling would induce an emf ( mutually induced emf) in a nearby circuit and this would cause a current flow ( if 'circuit is closed') which would oppose the change of flux.
Hence if a circuit has lower impedance, it can result in higher current flow (due to noise) and oppose the change of flux and hence reduce the resultant emf generated ( Resultant emf is a result of net flux change). ie, resultant effect of noise will be lower (provided voltage is what matters to us!)
Why we don't hear about inductive coupling often? Everybody seems to talk about only capacitive coupling!