Dateline November 2016
Dateline January 2016
Hypeacusis related to nerve cell damage
Dateline December 2015
Prevalence and risk factors for reduced sound tolerance (hyperacusis) in children by Amanda J. Hall, Rachel Humphriss, David M. Baguley, Melanie Parker and Colin D. Steer
Dateline July 2015
Misophonia video "Quiet Please"
Dateline June 2015
Anthony posts YouTube video on hyperacusis "A Noisy Life"
Dateline April 2015
The International Conference of Hyperacusis (ICH) 2nd newsletter
Dateline February 2015
This is an article written by a physician who suffers from misophonia
Dateline January 2015
The International Conference of Hyperacusis (ICH) newsletter
Dateline: December 2014
A Review of Hyperacusis and Future Directions: Part 1 Definitions and Manifestations
A Review of Hyperacusis and Future Directions: Part 2 Measurement, Mechanisms, and Treatment
Dateline: November 2014
The American Academy of Otolarynology - Head and Neck Surgery Foundation just released the first ever clinical practice guideline for the management of tinnitus patients. It is excellent and I encourage everyone to read it. It is very comprehensive discussing all mainstream approaches in evaluating and treating tinnitus. To that point there are 263 references crediting virtually all the prominent voices in the field of tinnitus (and hyperacusis). I applaud the Academy for making this guideline freely available and applaud the American Tinnitus Association for making their membership aware of this important abstract.
Dateline: May 2014
Pawel J. Jastreboff, Ph.D., and Margaret M. Jastreboff, Ph.D publish an updated abstract entitled: "Treatments for Decreased Sound Tolerance (Hyperacusis and Misophonia)
Dateline: May 10, 2013
Amygdala Modulation - Why Fingernails On Blackboards Make Us Crazy
Dateline: April 15, 2013
The multiclinic TTTS symptom prevalence study that I have been co-ordinating has now been published in the latest edition of the Noise and Health Journal, along with some of the other papers presented at the TRI meeting in Buffalo, 2011. There is a pdf copy attached for you. Thank you for your interest in this research. I have also presented this study at the Australian Audiology Conference 2012, and at the 1st International Hyperacusis conference in London in March this year.
I am really grateful to the clinics involved that we were able to collaborate together and achieve a truly multi-clinic documentation of symptoms that are common, and have the potential to cause bewilderment, anxiety and sometimes distress to many tinnitus patients, particularly patients who have developed hyperacusis.
Dineen and Westcott Audiology
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Dateline: February 28, 2013
This link gives you the highlights of the Hyperacusis Workshop at the recently held 2013 ARO Midwinter Meeting:
Dateline: February 6, 2013
ENT & Audiology just published several articles from leading voices of experts and clinicians on hyperacusis. Thanks to Dr. David Baguley and the staff of ENT & Audiology, for the first time ever this information has been made available to the network
Dateline: March 25, 2012
This link gives you the highlights from the First International Conference on Hyperacusis
Dateline: March 24, 2012
Hyperacusis in Children. Click on this link:
Early release by the American Tinnitus Association on hyperacusis
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