Descriptive Statistics of Misophonia

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Krauthamer, Judith T. (April 2014)

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“Anger is the foremost emotional response associated with a trigger, followed by disgust.

A review of 495 responses found that 99% of respondents indicated anger or rage as one of their top three emotional reactions to triggers…

The vast majority of people with misophonia have at least two or more triggers; once a trigger is established, it does not go away.”

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