Provisional Programme

Provisional Programme

  1st July 2022
9:00 to 9:30 Welcome and overview of day 1
(Annick Gilles and Laure Jacquemin, Belgium)
  Session 1: Psychology and Psychological Interventions for Hyperacusis and Misophonia
9:30 to 10:20 Audiologist-Delivered CBT for Hyperacusis and Misophonia
Hashir Aazh, UK (keynote)
10:20 to 10:40 Misophonia, Temperamental Traits, and Psychopathology: A Report From a Face-To-Face Study
Marta Siepsiak, Poland
10:40 to 11:10 Break
11:10 to 11:40 Which DSM-5 Diagnoses and Medical Health Problems are Associated with Misophonia? Results from a Large Phenotyping Study Using SCID-5 Interviews
Zach Rosenthal, USA (keynote)
11:40 to 12:10 CBT/DBT+: Case Studies Involving A Unique Approach to Management of Misophonia
Jaelline Jaffe, USA
12:10- 12:30 What Changes During CBT for Misophonia, and When?
Jane Gregory, UK
12:30- 13:00 Discussions
13:00 to 14:00 Lunch
  Session 2: Non-Psychological Interventions for Hyperacusis
14:00 to 14:20 Exploratory Study on the Role of Somatic Modulation in Hyperacusis
Laure Jacquemin, Belgium
14:20 to 14:40 EARS: A Modified Exposure Therapy Approach to Decreased Sound Tolerance in Autism: Clinical Case Series
Tana Carson, USA
14:40 to 15:00 The Application of Sound Therapy in the Management of Hyperacusis and Misophonia
Ali A. Danesh, USA
15:00 to 15:30 Break
  Session 3: Mechanism and Factors Related to Hyperacusis and Misophonia
15:30 to 16:00 Physio- neuropathology of Misophonia
Mercede Erfanian (keynote)
16:00 to 16:20 Comparing Neural Correlates of Tinnitus With and Without Co-occurrence of Hyperacusis Based on Auditory Brainstem Responses
Imke Jana Hrycyk, Netherlands
16:20 to 16:40 Can Functional Biomarkers Differentiate Tinnitus and Tinnitus With Co-occurring Hyperacusis?
Jakob Wertz, Germany
16:40 to 17:00 Occupational Noise Exposure and Hyperacusis Among Female Workers in Sweden – A Hazard Found Below the Current Limit Level
Sofie Fredriksson, Sweden
  2nd July 2022
9:15 to 9:30 Overview of day 2
  Session 1: Questionnaires and Assessment of Hyperacusis and Misophonia
9:30 to 10:00 Hyperacusis Impact Questionnaire (HIQ) and Sound Sensitivity Symptoms Questionnaire (SSSQ)

Ali A. Danesh, USA (keynote)

10:00 to 10:20 Validity and Reliability of the Hyperacusis Impact Questionnaire (HIQ) Translated to Dutch

Hannah Keppler, Belgium

10:20 to 10:40 How About … No? – Using Missing Responses and Response Times to Model Misophonic Avoidance Behaviour

Nico Remmert, Germany

10:40 to 11:00 Validity and Reliability of English Version of MisoQuest and Its Correlation With Misophonia Impact Questionnaire (MIQ), Hyperacusis Impact Questionnaire (HIQ) And Sound Sensitivity Symptoms Questionnaire (SSSQ).

Fatma Kula, UK

11:00 to 11:30 Break
11:30 to 11:50 Hyperacusis in Children – A Thematic Analysis of Discussions in Online Forums

Iskra Potgieter, UK

11:50 to 12:10 Development and Administration of a Semi-structured Clinical Interview for Misophonia
Rachel Guetta, USA
12:10 to 12:30 The Development of a Paediatric Misophonia and Hyperacusis Questionnaire
Tana Carson, USA
12:30 to 12:50 The Development and Validation of the Misophonia Response Scale

Bridget Dibb, UK

12:50 to 13:10 It’s Not Just Me!’ a Qualitative Interview Exploring the Experiences, Needs and Challenges of Living With Hyperacusis

Kathryn Fackrell, UK/em>

13:30 to 14:30 Lunch
  Session 2: Hyperacusis and Misophonia in Tinnitus

14:30 to 15:00 Tinnitus Changes After Hearing Implants

Piotr Henryk Skarzynski, Poland (keynote)

15:00 to 15:30 Audiological and Other Factors Predicting the Presence of Misophonia Symptoms Among a Clinical Population Seeking Help for Tinnitus And/or Hyperacusis

Brian C.J. Moore, UK (keynote)

15:30 to 16:00 Break
16:00 to 16:25 Relationship Between Misophonia, Hyperacusis and Tinnitus: An Online Survey Study

Fatima Husain, USA

16:25 to 16:45 Effectiveness of Tinnitus Therapy Using a Mobile Application

Justyna Kutyba, Poland

  Conference ends