Online Learning

Hyperacusis and Noise Sensitivity: From Experiments in NASA to Clinical Studies in NHS

Dr.Hashir Aazh, Audiology Department, Royal Surrey County Hospital, Guildford, UK

Hyperacusis Complaints in Patients with Tinnitus: Biopsychosocial Findings

Professor Vasco de Oliveira, Health School Polytechnic Porto, Portugal

Audiological Profile of a Child with Hyperacusis: A Single Case Report

Dr.Archana.G, Speech and Hearing, SOAHS, MAHE, Manipal, India

Misophonia, Maladaptive Schemas and Personality Disorders: ACase Series

Dr. EleonoraNatalini&Dr.AlessandraFioretti,Tinnitus Center, European Hospital, Rome, Italy

Reasonable Adjustments (Accommodations) for Misophonia in Academic Settings

Professor Ali A. Danesh, Florida Atlantic University, USA

A Novel Device and Protocol for Treating Debilitating Hyperacusis

Dana A. Cherri, Professor David A. Eddins, & Professor C. Craig Formby, University of South Florida, USA

Tinnitus and Misophonia: Evidence in Noise-Induced Hearing Loss

Dr. Fernando Rengifo-Caicedo, Alpharetta, USA

Pattern of Uncomfortable Loudness Levels Among Patients with Hyperacusis and Tinnitus

Professor Brian C. J. Moore, Dept. of Experimental Psychology, University of Cambridge, UK &Dr. Hashir Aazh, Audiology Department, Royal Surrey County Hospital, Guildford, UK

Cognitive Behaviour Therapy & Dialectical Behaviour Therapy: A Powerful Combined Approach to Management of Misophonia

Dr.Jaelline Jaffe, Sherman Oaks, California, USA