Here is a list of important articles about misophonia from the past few years. Please feel free to contact us to suggest new ones. Please also like or follow our Facebook page, where we regularly link to the latest news and opinion.
Credit must be given to journalist Joyce Cohen for writing the first major article on misophonia, published by the New York Times in September 2011: When a Chomp or a Slurp Is a Trigger for Outrage
- National Public Radio interview, March 2019, featuring Dr. Marsha Johnson and Dr. Jaelline Jaffe: When Life’s Noises Drive You Mad
- Physician’s Weekly, November 2018: What is Misophonia and What Can You Do for Patients?
- Harvard Health Publishing, April 2017: When Sounds Really Do Make You Crazy
- Today.com, October 2015: Annoyed by Loud Chewing
- Audiology Today Magazine, July/August 2014: Misunderstood Misophonia
- Cosmos Magazine, April 2012: What is Misophonia
- Pharmaceutical Journal Online, April 2012: Misophonia Awareness
- New Haven Register news, March 2012: Rare Sensitivity
- Huffpost Healthy Living, May 2012: Misophonia: when annoying noises send you into a rage
- Whale Oil, September 2011: A small Article on Misophonia
- Brighthub Education: Misophonia in the Classroom: Students With a Decreased Sound Tolerance Disorder
- National Institute of Health articles: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/?term=misophonia (including Dr. Kumar’s 2017 research)
- A wide-ranging academic thread and literature review resource: http://www.academia.edu/Documents/in/Misophonia