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The International Misophonia Research Network (IMRN).

Coping Skills Class For Parents

This Beta class is a 1 time discounted version of the Regulate, Reason, Reassure coping classes which we will be running regularly. This class provides an accessible way to learn the basics of coping with misophonia and is a comprehensive coping skills approach designed for parents to use with their children and teens. This beta class is…
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Ongoing Research at Duke CMER

The information on this page is provided by Duke CMER. The original page can be found here. Phenotyping Study of Misophonia Very little is known about the nature of Misophonia, or its causes and correlates, compared to other known clinical phenomena. This means that we truly don’t know the boundaries around what Misophonia is, and…
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2020-2021 Misophonia Research Updates

by Jennifer Brout and Mercede Erfanian (University College of London) Find all misophonia studies here: https://www.pubfacts.com/search/misophonia/1 This year and last year have been exciting in terms of misophonia research. In the 2019 grants cycle, the Misophonia Research Fund approved a total of approximately $2,300,000 over two years. The grants include those related to the diagnosis of misophonia, characterization…
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The Duke Center for Misophonia and Emotion Regulation

Hi there, Dr. Rosenthal! I am thrilled to hear that the Duke Center for Misophonia and Emotion Regulation is officially established. Would you tell me a little bit about how the center is set up? Hi, Jen! Happy to. The Center is set up to advance research, education, and clinical services for adults with Misophonia. An anonymous and generous family…
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2018 Research and Advocacy Accomplishments

As we begin 2019, the International Misophonia Research Network (IMRN) and Misophonia International are proud to highlight the productive year for misophonia research (and advocacy). 2018 IMRN Accomplishments Literature Review Published Duke 2018 Class in March Academic Article, “Sensory Over-Responsivity, Attachment, and Self-Regulation: Considerations of the Specific Impact of Auditory Stimuli“ by Jennifer Jo Brout,…
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