Research is one of the core tenets of our mission at the Center for Misophonia & Emotion Regulation. We desire to continually expand our knowledge and understanding of how to best help individuals with Misophonia. Our research efforts span the continuum from measure development to laboratory studies and clinical studies, all in an effort to understand with more precision what it is, how it is related to problems with emotion regulation, and what can be done to improve the lives of people with Misophonia.
We are in the Duke School of Medicine and Duke Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. We partner and collaborate with other departments, institutes, and centers at Duke, including:
- Duke Audiology
- Duke Psychology and Neuroscience
- Neurobehavioral Research Lab with Dr. Edward Levin
- Center for Cognitive Neuroscience (CCN) with Dr. Tobias Overath
Our research funding comes from a variety of sources, including Misophonia Research Fund (MRF) and family and individual donors.
If you would like to help ensure the work we are doing continues, you can find out more about how to donate to our mission here.
Click here to find out how you can become part of our research family.