Misophonia Study Recruitment at Baylor College of Medicine
Participants sought to complete misophonia treatment strategy survey
Researchers at Baylor College of Medicine are conducting a study to understand perceptions and preferences for various treatment approaches that could be applied to helping individuals with misophonia. Misophonia is a condition in which exposure to certain noises, such as others’ breathing, chewing, and speech cause significant distress, such as anger, anxiety or disgust.
Although there is some research into the effectiveness of various treatment options, we are seeking information directly from adults with misophonia as well as parents of children with misophonia about acceptable and preferred treatments. We hope to understand individuals’ preferences regarding different treatment approaches, which can be used to develop future intervention approaches.
Qualified participants must be adults over the age of 18 who a) have misophonia, or b) are the parent of a child with misophonia. The study requires completion of an online survey with descriptions of available misophonia treatments and questions about participants’ thoughts and feelings toward those treatment options.
For more information, please follow the link below if you are
- An individual with misophonia: https://bcmpsych.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_3OfT9LYvGD1on9c
- The parent of a child with misophonia: https://bcmpsych.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0H730Aciz8ZRYOi