Latest Misophonia Research
This is where we take a look at the latest misophonia research.
Just click on any of the studies below to see a summary of the findings. You’ll also have the option to click through to the full versions of these reports.
Academic papers and research studies can be a little wordy and complicated at times so please don’t worry if you find some of the language hard going.
That’s why the intros, summaries and conclusions to these papers are often a good place to get a feel for what the author is trying to show, as the language tends to be a little more accessible.
Monica S. Wu, Adam B. Lewin, Tanya K. Murphy, and Eric A. Storch Summary: "...misophonia symptoms demonstrated strong associations with measures of impairment and general sensory sensitivities, and moderate associations with obsessive-compulsive, anxiety, and...read more
Margaret M. Jastreboff, Ph.D. and Pawel J. Jastreboff, Ph.D., Sc.D, June 2001 Summary: "Misophonia and phonophobia can be defined as abnormally strong reactions of the autonomic and limbic systems resulting from enhanced connections between the auditory and limbic...read more