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All about misophonia.
Jennifer J. Brout Psy.D
What do the misophonia 23andMe genetic results really tell us? How can this information help an individual with misophonia?
Are you stuck at home with misophonia? Are you a parent of a child with misophonia? Some tips for coping.
Is misophonia a genetic disorder? The answer is not simple.
Duke University launches the Center for Misophonia and Emotion Regulation.
New research supports the notion that college professors need information about misophonia. How does this impact you?
More research supports the theory that misophonia is a brain-based disorder.
How do I get help for my child with misophonia? How to search for information online and how to deal with doctors who haven't heard of the disorder!
Parenting a child or a teenager with misophonia? This candid interview with a misophonia mother will help you feel less alone!
Are you a psychiatrist or psychologist treating an individual with Misophonia? Or are you a sufferer looking for resources? Here are some excellent tips!
Wondering how an audiologist can contribute to misophonia care? Hear from Dr. Diana Callesano.
Are you experiencing Misophonia parenting stress during the holidays? Here are some tips to help!
Is Misophonia a mental disorder or is there something about the specific sounds that may be disruptive?
Is Cognitive Behavior Therapy helpful for misophonia? Read about the what is going on at the Amsterdam Medical Center, & other thoughts misophonia treatment and coping skills.
Did I actually see Misophonia on Criminal Minds? If you missed it you might want to read this!
Do you have a teenager with misophonia? Here are some tips to help you get through these stormy years!
Have you been told you are a "crazy" misophonia mom? Here are some tips to avoid getting into this trap!
Preliminary Misophonia Research Findings at Duke U Reveal Interesting Findings
Are you frustrated that your doctor doesn't know what misophonia is?
Are you a parent of a child with misophonia? Do you know parents of children with the disorder? Here is some information that may help.
Do you have misophonia or do you have anxiety, or both? Understanding the similarities and differences between misophonia and anxiety is a step toward coping with the disorder.
Do you or a loved one suffer from misophonia? Find out why people with misophonia may feel continually fatigued.
What do you really know about misophonia? Take a short quiz to find out!
Interview with Dr. Zach Rosenthal (Duke University) to help clarify and contextualize the new research on Misophonia and what it really means for people with the disorder.
Study reveals Misophonia is a brain-based disorder! A detailed explanation from the lead researcher, Dr. Sukhbinder Kumar.
Noise sensitivity is not what you might think it is. New research finds that auditory discrimination and auditory filtering play a role in over-responsivity to sound.
Are you wondering about the newly termed disorder misophonia? Do you have clients with symptoms of this disorder?
Have you taken a Misophonia test? What you should know!
A Reporter goes a long way to help explain a complicated disorder: Misophonia in the News on ABC with Lynne Malcolm
An interview with esteemed neuroscientist Joseph E. LeDoux about his new book Anxious and how these concepts may apply to auditory over resonsivity and misophonia
Is Misophonia a psychiatric disorder? Not according to the doctors who named it.
Jennifer Brout, Psy.D., who suffers from misophonia, helped found the Sensory Processing and Emotion Regulation Program at Duke University.