In this Psychology Today blog, Dr. Jennifer Brout talks with CMER director Dr. Rosenthal about the Center's research goals and clinical options.
This Indian Express article explores what misophonia is and some recent research about the condition.
In this Psychology Today blog post, Dr. Jennifer Brout discusses breakthrough misophonia research led by Dr. Sukhbinder Kumar and Dr. Arjan Schröder.
This Harvard Medical School blog post explores what misophonia is, what causes it, and the brain science behind it.
Research study characterizing a sample of misophonic subjects and comparing it with two control groups, one with tinnitus individuals (without misophonia) and the other with asymptomatic individuals (without misophonia and without tinnitus), regarding the selective attention.
Hatred of sound, or misophonia: triggers, treatments and the noises that can make you want to hurt your family
Pen clicking, throat clearing, nail clipping – these are just some of the sounds that are like a red rag to a bull for misophonia sufferers. One psychologist says it could be because the brain misinterprets certain auditory stimuli and experiences it as toxic or dangerous.
Results from a study led by Arjan Schröder demonstrate that audiovisual stimuli trigger anger and physiological arousal in patients with misophonia, associated with activation of the auditory cortex and salience network.