Misophonia Online Survey (Important)

by | Mar 9, 2020 | News, Blog | 8 comments

Help needed!

There’s a brand new misophonia study that has been setup by King’s College London, a fantastic university.

This one is online so anyone can take part, as long as you’re over 18.

It takes approximately 40 minutes and you can access it here:

Take part in the latest online misophonia survey This survey is now closed.

Here are the key points:

  • It’s an online study for adults, aged 18 and over and it takes around 40 minutes. They are looking for people from a wide range of backgrounds to take part who experience of issues relating to sounds sensitivities. You can be from anywhere in the world
  • You will be asked to complete questions from their new questionnaire about your experiences of sound sensitivity, potential trigger stimuli, reaction to triggers, and family history
  • You’ll also be asked to complete questions about you, such as your age and whether you have experienced any mental health difficulties
  • There is an optional second part of the study where they ask you if you’re happy to complete a shorter questionnaire two weeks later. If you want to do this, you will be asked to provide an e-mail address (this is completely anonymous and your address will not be logged)

I’ve taken it and it’s very well set out and easy to follow. The questions are thoughtful and almost all answers are in a multiple choice or sliding scale format.

However, try to do it in one sitting, otherwise you’ll lose where you were on the study.

There are a few pages of blurb at the start of the study which lay out all of the above and some other points in more detail. You can find a little ‘next’ button on the bottom right of the page to start the quiz.

I think those are the main points.

Thanks so much for supporting the study if you do decide to take part!



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8 Comments

  1. Ross

    Your link doesn’t work, it says “Sorry, this survey is not currently active.”

    Reply
    • Allergic to Sound

      Thanks Ross, unfortunately they changed the link a few hours after I sent out the email bulletin. I’m waiting to hear what the new link is and will let everyone know as soon as I do.

      Reply
  2. Kat P

    when will this be active?? i want to contribute and be more active about bringing about misophonia studies and treatements

    Reply
    • Allergic to Sound

      Thanks Kat, it is now active and I’ve emailed you separately with the link

      Reply
  3. Mary Cramer

    I was taking the survey and got to the demographic questions and I was told the survey couldn’t take my answers.

    I’d like to complete the survey, but I don’t want to start all over again.

    Any suggestions?

    Reply
    • Allergic to Sound

      That’s frustrating Mary, I don’t know what to suggest as this is something that’s been setup by Kings College (rather than myself).

      Can you try pressing the ‘previous’ button at the bottom of the page and then going back and trying again? Have you also ensured that everything on that page is filled out correctly?

      Reply
  4. Melissa

    Hi Tom,
    I too would like to undertake this survey. How do I do this?

    Reply
    • Allergic to Sound

      Hi Melissa, the survey’s now closed I’m afraid. If there are any in the future I’ll let you know via the email newsletter.

      Reply

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