Misophonia: Incidence, Phenomenology, and Clinical Correlates in an Undergraduate Student Sample

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Misophonia: Incidence, Phenomenology
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 depressive symptoms.

Anxiety mediated the relationship between misophonia and anger outbursts”

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