Diagnosis: Does misophonia really exist?
from The New York Times
Coined by the married researchers Margaret and Pawel Jastreboff of Emory University in 2002, misophonia ("hatred of sound") is sometimes referred to as selective sound sensitivity syndrome. A 2013 study by Arjan Schröder and his colleagues at the University of Amsterdam identified the most common irritants as eating sounds, including lip smacking and swallowing; breathing sounds, such as nostril noises and sneezing; and hand sounds, such as typing and pen clicking.
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