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Misophonia: a condition in which specific everyday sounds (e.g., chewing, breathing) trigger an atypical, negative emotional response.
ASMR: a sensory phenomenon triggered by stimuli that induce a state of relaxation, positive feelings, and tinging sensations that spread from the head to the rest of the body.
Musical frisson: typically characterized by positive affect and strong physiological reactions, such as shivering, goosebumps, and teary-eyes in response to highly pleasurable music.
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Rice, Alexis; O'Keefe, Kiara; Chang, Kacey; Barashy, Sivan; Mednicoff, Solena; and Gonzales, Destiny, "Misophonia Sensitivity is Related to Enhanced Responsiveness to Misophonia, ASMR and Musical Frisson" (2022). Undergraduate Research Symposium Posters. 115.
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