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Misophonia is a condition characterized by negative emotional reactions to certain everyday sounds. Musicality involves Active Musical Engagement (AE), Self-reported Perceptual Abilities (PA), Musical Training (MT), Self-reported Singing Abilities (SA), Sophisticated Emotional Engagement with Music (EM), and General musical sophistication (GM). Numerous active musicians have self-reported having misophonia, while anecdotal reports have shown that music can help treat misophonia symptoms.
Music; Musicians; Sound; Emotions; Mental health
Music | Music Therapy | Psychiatric and Mental Health | Speech Pathology and Audiology
Catayong, Mae Ling; Uganiza, Sarah; Smithers, William; Corral, Aileen; Barashy, Sivan; Mednicoff, Solena; and Gonzales, Destiny, "The Relationship Between Misophonia Sensitivity and Musicality" (2022). Undergraduate Research Symposium Posters. 106.
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