misophonia

misophonia

(mis-ō-fō'nē-ă),
Dislike of sound.
See also: decreased sound tolerance, phonophobia, hyperacusis.

misophonia

Dislike of sound. See also HYPERACUSIS.
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However, the government agency charged with registering people with disabilities have just 8,558 children on file--perhaps due to the fact that Lebanon does not consider some conditions--such as high-functioning autism, misophonia, and pathological demand avoidance--as disabilities.
Misophonia has left him unable to see relatives due to their throat clearing, walk out on dates with noisy eaters and come close to attacking co-workers who click pens -- but against the odds, he has managed to have a relationship with co-worker Kurt Vin, 41, for the last two years after warning him in advance about his extreme reactions to sounds.
It's misophonia - a term recently coined by a bloke in a sushi bar stuck adjacent to a table of people slurping miso soup (not really).
Mr Pollitt had Asperger's Syndrome and misophonia, a mental health disorder which means that certain sounds trigger emotional or physiological responses.
Diminished n1 auditory evoked potentials to oddball stimuli in misophonia patients.
If you have a strong emotional response and a desire to escape or stop the sound, you may have misophonia.
From the trauma of a childhood drowning incident to the dysfunctions associated with misophonia, Darts examines the social and domestic aberrations that have resulted from his own lived discomforts in this exhibition.
MISOPHONIA is a selective sound sensitivity syndrome.
The phenomenon that seems to trigger agitated responses is called misophonia and has triggered the interest of researchers.
It can also be differentiated from misophonia which is an acquired aversive reaction to specific human generated sounds such as eating sound or breathing, the response being characterised by anger and sometimes rage [2, 3].
They describe tinnitus and hyperacusis in literature, film, and music; the mechanism and time course of tinnitus associated with hearing impairment; animal models; psychological mechanisms; tinnitus in military and veteran populations; drug-induced tinnitus; somatic modulation; the influence of amplified music; middle ear myoclonus and tonic tensor tympani syndrome; pulsatile tinnitus; acoustic shock; hearing aids for tinnitus; cochlear implants and tinnitus; self-help interventions; misophonia and phonophobia; musical hallucinations; managing tinnitus in childhood and adults; and emerging approaches to treatment.
Teach Me Tiger by April an era Stevens: Working in Frankie and Benny's ruined an entire era of music for me but this song in particular gave me full-blown anxiety on account of my misophonia. Imagine looking people in the eye and taking their food order with this in the background.